The Lobby Lounge of the Grand Hyatt Macau will present a new afternoon tea experience, incorporating various dessert stations that grant guests greater choice and allow them to personalize their own menus.
The wide range of confectionary will be presented at the Pâtisserie, where guests are invited to choose Chinaware from a choice of four: burnt orange, a subtle turquoise, pure white with a beautiful engraved floral pattern, or white with a bronze art deco pattern.
This also allows guests to mix and match their desserts to their selected color plates, further adding to the fun and creativity of the customized afternoon tea experience, according to a statement from the Grand Hyatt Macau.
A waffle machines offers guests the opportunity to get creative and personalize their own hot waffle. They can then choose from a selection of seasonal fruit, Hokkaido soft ice cream and other decorative toppings.
The “Afternoon Tea and Me” is available from March 15 onwards, from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. daily.
The parisian macao to stage unconventional bibap performance
A multi-disciplinary entertainment show will be held at The Parisian Macao from April 7 to 23, blending the promotion of Korean food culture, an indulgence in comedy and the mix of martial arts, street dance and hip-hop.
The unconventional collaboration, titled “BIBAP”, is the story of a cooking competition between two master chefs – Green Chef and Red Chef – at “BIBAP restaurant”.
Revolving around the Korean national dish of spicy rice, vegetables and beef called bibimbap, the show is a non-verbal performance incorporating music, beat box, singing and breakdancing, according to a statement from organizer, Sands China.
The show debuted in 2009 and has now been performed in many countries around the world.
Tickets went on sale on Friday at Cotai Ticketing box offices.