|Very nice china and decoration. |
I didn't take pictures of the rest of the restaurant but the china vase wall at the foyer is really gorgeous!
Poached Chicken Marinated with Chinese Wine
the wine is not strong, the plum is very faint but it's there.
the chicken is very tender and you can't taste any fat!
Shredded Pear Salad with Chinese Herbs
My favorite dish of the day!
It's fresh, it's sweet, and it's refreshing.
A very good remedy to all the heavy festive food I have been eating over the new year.
Pork and Cabbage Dumplings
It's a Chinese tradition to eat dumplings over the new year so we followed the tradition!
(the shape of a dumplin looks like an ancient Chinese ingot)
The wrappings are chewy and the fillings are yummy.
Traditional Sweetened Yellow Peas
One of the four Imperial petits fours offered. The cake is dense, not too sweet.
I can't really taste the yellow peas so it was a little disappointing. On the other hand,
the dried apple crisp is very good.
The bill came out to be only MOP700 or MOP230 per person!!! For a two-star Michelin restaurant, this is a steal! There is something for everyone on the menu - whether you came here to splurge or not. I won't hesitate to bring my in-town friends and special guests to try the delicately prepared dishes here.
(inside Wynn Macau)
Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. (Saturdays and Sundays)Dinner: 6 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Closed on Mondays.
Reservations: (853) 8986 3663
Dress is casual elegant. No short pants, sleeveless shirts, open-toe shoes and caps. Children aged five years and above are welcome.
Disclaimer: I am not affiliated and I paid for my own meal.