Macau casinos are showered in superlatives — biggest, best, most expensive. And if you’re going to win big at the tables, it only makes senses that you go all out at some of the best places to dine on the strip.
Macau is becoming a pretty hot destination right now, and a lot of that is down to its diverse and rather wonderful dining scene. To make sure you make the most out of your night (and so you don’t end up spending ages roaming around looking for somewhere to eat), here is a list of the best restaurants at all of the major casinos in Macau so you can celebrate in style. Whether you win or lose, make sure you end your night on a high with a fabulous meal.
If you’re at the tables at The Venetian, you must fall in love in this spot, we can’t help but prefer The Venetian’s authentic Chinese offering, North. Traditional cuisines from the Dongbei and Sichuan. Prepared by authentic Chefs specifically from Northeast China. Moreover, special area for family and kids is open now, come and savor the authentic northern cuisine!
Add: North, Casino Level 1, Shop 1015, The Venetian Macao, Estrada da Baia de N. Senhora da Esperanca, s/n, Taipa, Macao
Tel: 00852 8118 9980
It might not be the most glamorous but Grand Lisboa is kn0wn to have some of the best poker tables. And if you make plans to dine at Robuchon au Dome after, it’ll all be worth it. Formerly Robuchon a Galera, a Three-Michelin-starred restaurant, is now relocated to its new home at the pinnacle of Macau and renamed as Robuchon au Dôme.
Robuchon au Dôme, situated at the dome of Grand Lisboa Hotel, has a magnificent view of Macau. The breathtaking crystal light chandelier cascading from the middle of the ceiling creates a dramatic ambience for a truly exquisite fine-dining experience.
Enjoy the epitome of fine dining at Robuchon au Dôme where culinary artistry is met with the finest wines, impeccable service and a décor to match.
Add: 43/G, Grand Lisboa Hotel, Lisboa Tower, 2-4 Avenida de Lisboa, Macau
Tel: 00853 8803 7878
We love Wynn for its exquisite design and incredible entertainment. With two shows, the Tree of Prosperity and The Dragon of Fortune, to add to its name, it’s no wonder why their casino draws in a good crowd. Oh and their fine-dining Italian restaurant, Il Teatro ain’t too bad either. It offers the best seat in the house to not only watch the chefs show off their skills from the open kitchen but it also overlooks the Performance Lake and the electric water, fire and light shows that take place there. Signature dishes include the Wagyu meatballs with ricotta and pomodoro sauce and homemade spaghettini with Blue prawns, clams, bottarga and lemon aglio olio.
Add: Il Teatro, 1/F, Wynn Macau, Rua Cidade de Sintra, Nape, Macau
Tel: 00853 8986 3663
Copa’s menu goes down the classic steakhouse route with old favourites such as pan-fried crab cake, which is a little dry, although it is an entire medallion chock-full of crabmeat. The same can be said at Sands Macao where their Copa steakhouse is located just above the gaming floor for easy access. Aside from the steak, be sure to order the signature Copa Appetiser Platter.
Add: Copa, 3/F, Sands Macao Hotel, 203 Largo de Monte Carlo, Macao
Tel: 00853 8983 8222
With the recent opening of The Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott as well as Fook Lam Moon and 8 ½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana last year, Galaxy Macau has plenty of high-calibre dining options to choose from. That being said, our favourite has to be chef Umberto Bombana’s Michelin-starred Italian restaurant (check out our full review here). Be sure to try the veal tenderloin with organic pumpkin, piedmont hazelnut and parmesan fondue, burrata cheese ravioli and Napolitan Ragu pappardelle with Wagyu beef and Iberico pork.
Add: 81/2 Otto e mezzo Bombana Macau, 1/F, Galaxy Macau Phase 2, Cotai, Macau
Tel: 00853 8886 2169