Working at the Lucky Eagle Casino as a buffet cook was okay. Mostly all of the Chef's have no leadership skills due to not having any experience outside of the casino. This can make for some very toxic supervisors that overall weigh the job down. They are often on a power trip and don't attempt to recognize that they're on a team with those who work for them.
As to the work itself, it can be very boring because nothing ever changes on the buffet line. It's simple work, but if you're one who wants to keep busy and learn lots of new things, I might look elsewhere.
My coworkers were fantastic and made the job as fun as possible during my time there.
Overall, I would probably stay away from this one. There is little opportunity for growth and the job is overall mediocre.. As a cook the job will likely not keep you satisfied. Mostly all of mid-level management will not treat you like an actual human-being.
If anything, I would consider applying elsewhere in the casino. The overall culture they preach to have seems great, but I don't see it represented in Food and Beverage.
Paid Lunch Breaks, Great Coworkers
Toxic environment, Poor leadership skills in management