Food | A Sweet Afternoon

Food | Beauty in Simplicity

restaurants. Those of us who are looking for something in between these two categories, such as simple, western- style comfort food, usually have to frequent cafés located inside various hotel properties.

Food | Celebrate with sophistication

Each auspicious dining experience begins from the very moment a guest enters Lai Heen. The restaurant’s five private dining rooms, named after different precious stones from ancient Chinese culture, are

Food | Classically French

Under the direction of Chef Elie Khalife, the restaurant’s menu continues to include everlasting traditional favorites yet with an overall emphasis on seasonality, yet there is another element that I

Food | Sumptuous celebration

Sheraton Macao Hotel is offering a myriad of unforgettable dining experiences. From a sumptuous seafood menu at Xin; a five-course Valentine’s Day dinner at Bene; an abalone ‘poon choi’ at

Food | European Sophistication

The Ritz-Carlton, Macau has taken the sophistication of afternoon tea into the next level with spectacular views over the Cotai skyline at the classic Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge, an exclusive

Food | A modern take on Japanese tradition

Hotel Okura Macau’s Japanese restaurant, Yamazato, has been moved from its original 2nd floor location into the newly renovated space on the 28th floor. Although the new location does not

Food | SOUTHEAST ASIAN INSPIRED CANTONESE DELIGHTS

The classic Hakka dish galangal sesame roasted chicken is a must-try. Zhanjiang chicken meat is first brushed with a layer of egg-white and coated with roasted sesame seeds then left

Beauty/SPA | Festive Colors

Food | Variations of red

In 1986, Viña Concha Y Toro set out to produce Don Melchor, a “terrior” wine of world stature, faithfully expressing Carbernet Sauvignon from one of the world’s best terroirs for

Food | Pink Fantasy

I often like to describe a wine using the characteristics of a person, because I truly believe that each wine does have a personality. When I'm enjoying a wine, it

Food | Cantonese cuisine with a modern flair

Wynn Macau’s signature Chinese restaurant, Wing Lei, has reopened it doors after renovation. This time around, the restaurant’s décor is an evocative blend of traditional and modern Chinese design characteristics,

Food | Irresistibly hot

One of the biggest news recently to come out of the local gastronomic scene is that Feng Wei Ju, located inside the Starworld Hotel, has received its first Michelin star.

Food | WHITE TRUFFLE GALA DINNER

Last night I had dinner at Galaxy Macau’s 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana, which just received a one star rating from The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2016. I must

Food | Late Autumn Feast

Lake Taihu’s Hairy Crabs are world-renowned for their smooth and sweet flesh. Chef Andy Ng, Executive Chinese Chef of Man Ho Chinese Restaurant explains, “The innards are indeed very fragrant

Food | The artistic craftsman

  Starting his career as an apprentice at Grand Hotel Bragard in Gérardmer, eastern France, in 1983, Chef Buron worked in several well-regarded kitchens before joining Le Chabichou four years later.

Food | Creations without boundaries

Tucked away in the most local part of town near the Kiang Wu hospital is a French patisserie, and it is a pastry shop like no other. It is not

Food | Autumn romance

While I am still appreciating the exquisite ambiance, Director of Food and Beverages, Gil Santos, comes by and says hello. A Portuguese native who worked in four different continents with

Food | A feast of wild mushrooms

Man Ho’s Chef Andy, with forty years of experience in the kitchen, has selected eight exquisite types of mushrooms from a wide variety to create 14 special Cantonese dishes for

Food | Literature and Cuisine

Huaiyang dishes are often served in banquets for big events such as the first grand banquet for the ceremony of the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949

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