The Kitchen at Grand Lisboa is featuring a feast on fresh Boston lobsters every Friday night in August.
Guests are welcome to eat as many lobsters as they wish at Grand Lisboa.
The lobsters are flown in directly from the clean, cold waters of the U.S. and Canada and cooked any way guests choose.
Renowned for their sweet and succulent flavor and tender meat, Boston lobsters are especially abundant in the pristine salt waters around Maine, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland.
At The Kitchen, the chef team will prepare pre-cooked lobsters as well as raw lobsters for guests to choose from at the salad bar.
The chefs are on hand to cook the lobsters three different ways, specifically to the guests’ liking. Guests may ask for Grilled Boston Lobster, Boston Lobster Thermidor and Baked Boston Lobster with Garlic Butter.
Before guests begin the lobster feast, The Kitchen will treat them to an exceptionally delicious Lobster Sushi Roll, a very special “lobster bisque” and homemade bread that is fresh from the oven.
And for dessert, Grand Lisboa’s Executive Pastry Chef Norihito Muranaka will prepare its Classic Opera Cake – the perfect dessert to end the five-course menu.
The five-course “Lobster Night” menu is priced at MOP980 per adult and MOP490 per child.
The wine sommelier will also be on hand to recommend the best pairings for its guests with Magnum wines.
Michelin-starred The Kitchen is a modern steakhouse that is not only renowned for serving the world’s finest selection of premium meats, but also for its fresh-from-the-tank seafood.
It is the only steakhouse in Macau to feature a live fish tank, a Japanese sushi bar and a salad bar featuring an array of healthy, organic offerings. Lynzy Valles, MDT