Feast Your Senses on Macao’s Culinary Delights!

Dine in style and live it up in Macao! The perfect city for a gastronomic adventure, this up and coming travel destination is absolute heaven for all foodies.

Known as UNESCO's Creative City of Gastronomy, Macao definitely lives up to its name, offering a variety of delicious cuisines that won't fail to whet your appetite. From authentic Macanese dishes to French fine dining, there's no time like the present to explore Macao's innovative culinary creations as this vibrant city celebrates the 2018 Macao Year of Gastronomy, which aims to preserve, enhance and showcase their diverse cultural identity through food.


Start your culinary journey with these Michelin-approved restaurants, where you can expect the ultimate dining experience with amazing food and outstanding service.

The Eight

2F, Grand Lisboa Hotel, Avenida de Lisboa, Macao

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Dine in good fortune at The Eight, the first and only Chinese restaurant in Macao to be awarded with three Michelin stars for four years in a row.

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You could say that their design concept, which consists of traditional Chinese elements, representing energy and luck, may have contributed to their success, but their innovative contemporary Cantonese cuisine is the main highlight of the restaurant.

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With so many delicious dishes on the menu, you’re definitely spoiled for choice. So when in doubt, check out the chef's recommendations.

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Aside from the items on the main menu, you can also choose from over 40 different kinds of dim sum for lunch. Don't miss out on the cute animal-shaped buns and dumplings, some of which are too cute to eat!

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Robuchon au Dôme

43F, Grand Lisboa Hotel, Avenida de Lisboa, Macao

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A meal at Robuchon au Dôme might just change your life – it’s that good. Their accolades speak for themselves, having been awarded three Michelin stars every year since 2009.

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Located in the dome of the Grand Lisboa Hotel, it offers a magnificent 360° view of Macao. Talk about dinner with a view!

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French cuisine at its best, you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. Take advantage of their extensive wine collection and remember to leave some room for the petit fours that are served with your coffee or tea at the end of the meal.

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The epitome of fine dining, this restaurant is definitely one for the bucket list.

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The Tasting Room

3F, Crown Towers, City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macao

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Classy and sophisticated, The Tasting Room, the two Michelin-starred restaurant serves up authentic French fare which focuses on exquisite flavors with a touch of flair.

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You know you’re getting the real deal when the chef imports most of his premium ingredients all the way from France.

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Beautifully plated, their Le homard bleu de Bretagne or Poached Brittany Lobster with Watermelon and Yuzu Vinaigrette is a feast for both your eyes and bellies. Seafood lovers will also enjoy the Poached Gillardeau oysters complimented by a unique sea water jelly.

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The sophistication of the menu is reflected on the restaurant’s interior – classy yet warm and inviting. For more bang for your buck, try their lunch set which is reasonably priced.

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Wing Lei

GF, Wynn Hotel, Rua Cidade de Sintra, Nape, Macao

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Enjoy traditional yet refined Cantonese cuisine at Wing Lei. Offering a wide selection of classic dishes, they also serve a wide range of dim sum at lunch, including this yummy steamed layered bean curd skin with fish paste served in a tasty soy bean soup.

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If you’re having a hard time deciding what to eat, simply order the Signature Menu which consists of the chef’s greatest hits. That way, you can enjoy only the best of the best!

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In addition to the superb food, many have come to Wing Lei to see their iconic centrepiece – a sparkling three-dimensional dragon made up of 90,000 Swarovski crystals and individual blown glass elements. Wing Lei has received the coveted Michelin award for nine consecutive years.

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It’s also perfect for big groups or celebratory dinners as they have spacious private dining rooms which are equipped with their own televisions and private washrooms.

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Golden Peacock

Shop 1037, The Venetian Macao Level 1, Macao (near Cotai Arena)

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For a one of a kind Indian dining experience in Macao, there’s only Golden Peacock. Awarded the Michelin star for five consecutive years, this fine restaurant prides itself on authentic regional Indian cuisine.

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Don’t miss out their Junglee Khumb Kebab which consists of a medley of wild mushrooms, Amul cheese and apricot topped with an enoki mushroom crisp. Their Chandni Chowk Raj Chaat also tops the must try list with its delicious combination of crispy semolina shell, chickpea caviar and rice puffs.

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From ingredients to kitchenware, quality is ensured by importing them directly from India.

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Shout out to our Muslim friends: Golden Peacock is Halal-certified!

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Psst… if you want to get an exclusive sneak peek of Macao’s awesome attractions, head on down to Berjaya Times Square Hotel for Taste MIGF. Held on the 1st and 2nd of September, you can get a fantastic preview of the Best of Macao at their booth. Featuring Macanese gastronomy, you can also learn all about the exciting activities and events happening throughout the year in Macao. Once you get a taste, you’d definitely be on the first flight to Macao.

For more information on this beautiful city, visit Macao Government Tourism Office Website and subscribe to Macao Tourism Malaysia Facebook, Instagram and YouTube pages.

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