There are endless choices of delicious food options in Macau. But do you know that there are some outstanding restaurants to try out within the premise of the luxurious hotel you are staying in? Here are three recommendations to keep in mind when you stay in the Galaxy or MGM Macau next time.
Looking for a cafe that allows you to sit back, relax and enjoy delicious food? Yumemiya, with their innovative fusion between Japanese and Western cuisine and wide variety of look-good-taste-good cakes, is definitely at the top of my recommendation list. Inspired by the Kamakura teahouse, the restaurant strives to be a haven of comfort for guests to retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. In celebration to the newly opened branch at iSquare, Tsim Sha Tsui, the cafe introduces new dishes centred around the theme of Spring to its menu.
DONDONYA's new Nagoya Cochin Oyakodon (HK$78) does the remarkable, reinventing the common Japanese chicken and egg bowl into a delicacy. You are seriously missing out if you pass on this Japanese rice bowl that's basically deemed one of the top five in Japan this year.
Looking for a new spot to enjoy a delicious lunch between the hassling meetings and tedious paperwork? Yearning for some tasty filling food after some late-night partying? Italian restaurants in Central can easily cost you an arm and a leg. Ciao Chow comes to the rescue with mouth-watering dishes of pasta and pizza that won't break your bank.
What's the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions 3D animation? I bet it'd be something along the lines of a cartoon movie rather than a dining experience! Partnering with Skullmapping, an artistic collective made up of filmmaker Filip Sterckx and fine arts painter Antoon Verbeeck, Privé Group's Bungalow presents to you this brand new way to enjoy your dinner.
Less than five minutes away from Kennedy Town MTR station, Cafe Siam offers a taste of authentic Thai food that you simply cannot miss. The Michelin-recognized diner is the newest addition to one of Hong Kong’s most rapidly booming suburbs. Here at Cafe Siam you can dig into all things Thai-- from the country’s most celebrated classics, to their newest and most memorable culinary innovations.
Convenient yet carefully shielded away from the hustle and bustle of Central’s main roads, the Chin’s is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Intimate in ambience and elegant in decor, the Chin’s fits the very profile of an upscale Chinese fine diner, yet brings forth a unique contemporary twist that appeals to both local and foreign crowds.
It’s Valentine’s Eve. Here at Admiralty, business and politics continue to boom. Prestigious in brand names, luxurious in price tags, the city’s rich and elite gather at the one and only Pacific Place for the highest quality goods this city has to offer. Discover Bizou, brain child of the renowned Michelin starred Chef Magnus Hansson, serving only the most exquisite tastes of American cuisine at Hong Kong’s busiest front.
The best dining experiences engage beyond our taste buds. At Arcane, Chef Shane Osborn is a keen preserver of this notion. Quality artworks make good the ambience of his restaurants, which is why Chef Osborn keeps the edgiest, most visually captivating pieces of art the same place he serves his proudest dishes.
This Valentine's Day, Paris' La Maison du Chocolat take the art of chocolate-making to a whole new level. Inspired by various romantic Parisian sensory experiences, the Stolen Moments Collection is bound to give your beloved a pleasant surprise.