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December 9, 2015

Mouthwatering Macau! The Best New Dining Spots

What’s that noise? Was that your tummy grumbling? Well let’s fix that straight away and we have just the place to get you filled up – Galaxy Macau. With over 120 restaurants including bars, lounges, celebrity chefs and award-winning restaurants under one roof, we’re sure we can find something to tempt your tummy out of retirement. Overwhelmed by all that choice? Let us break it down for you.

Start your foodie getaway to Macau with a stylish afternoon tea experience at The Ritz-Carlton Café. With a tinful of decadent pastries, a wooden board of delicious savoury tartlets and a cup of their signature creamy Valrhona hot chocolate to complete the set, your hands and mouth are sure to be busy. But while you’re munching away, feast your eyes on the in-house Parisian-esque entertainer who is sure to whisk you far far away and make you think that you are sipping your chocolat chaud at a chic street side café right in the centre of Paris.

Apres tea, begin your evening on a high by taking the lift all the way to the 51st floor of  The Ritz-Carlton Macau where you will find The Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge. The view may be jaw dropping but the real showstopper only comes out when you ask for it… Working like a secret code, be sure to ask to see their impressive gin and tonic cart. Together with an expert, you’ll create a G&T masterpiece that will completely blow your mind and most definitely be your new go-to G&T mix.

After drinking every last drop, you look at the clock and realise it’s time for dinner. A quick glide out the Bar and to your left, you will immediately find your dinner venue, Lai Heen. Already stunned by the magical views, modern Chinese chic interiors, and the very warm and personal service from the second you walked through the doors, you will then be left speechless after tasting what Macau’s newest Chinese fine dining haven has to offer. With Chef Bill, previously of The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong’s two Michelin starred Tin Lung Heen, fronting the team it’s no surprise that each and every dish is a work of culinary masterpiece.

Start your dining experience with the Chef Bill’s signatures of char-grilled barbecued Ibérico pork (one of the best barbecued pork dishes you will ever try!), crispy roasted pork belly and spicy beef brisket terrine before sinking your teeth into the braised pork belly with preserved vegetablesbraised bamboo piths filled with black truffle sauce and mouthwatering imperial fried rice with braised thorns sea cucumber, abalone, conpoy, matsutake mushroom and sakura shrimp followed by a delicate and refreshing chilled mango cream with sago, pomelo and aloe vera.

After a dreamy night’s sleep in the cloud-like uber king size comfort of JW Marriott Hotel Macau’s sparkling new suites, you are ready to munch your way around Macau once more. For breakfast, head down to the first floor where you will find Urban Kitchen, the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant offering an interactive open kitchen buffet, and a scrumptious selection of Macanese, Portuguese, Tuscan, Chinese, Japanese and Korean cuisines. A true feast for the belly and eyes! Lunch and dinner reservations are fully booked months in advance, but this gourmet extravaganza is worth the wait!

Next up on the food-tastic itinerary is authentic Macanese-Portuguese cuisine at Galaxy Macau’s Gosto. With two of the top chefs on the peninsula at the helm, Gosto offers mouthwatering dishes and incredible preparations of all your Macanese and Portuguese favourites . Must try dishes include Galega style octopustraditional potato soup with green cabbageMacanese style roasted African chickenPortuguese seafood riceroasted suckling pig and chorizo cooked over an open fire. When the dessert cart rolls around, go for a heaping portion of the sweet rice with cinnamon and the moreish serradura. One of the most renowned restaurants and hottest tables in Macau, we can’t think of a better way to end your 24-hours in foodie heaven.

Your little tum tum should be feeling much better now, just make sure you packed your stretchy pants for the boat ride home.

Galaxy Macau 
+853 2888 0888

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