Macau’s meticulous Lai Heen pays attention to detail
Décor offers nods to Macau’s Chinese and Portuguese heritage
Macau’s highest Chinese restaurant is set on the 51st floor of The Ritz-Carlton and boasts meticulous attention to detail from the menu to décor, which offers nods to Macau’s Chinese and Portuguese heritage.
Chef Fu Man-piu, previously with two-star Michelin restaurant Tin Lung Heen in Hong Kong, oversees the menu. The degustation set menu with wine pairing is a great way to impress business associates, or from the à la carte, the marinated chicken in soy sauce and roasted three-layer pork belly from the barbecue, and the live seafood with four styles of preparing to choose from.
The dessert platter is a good ending. The wine list offers over 500 labels.
Chef’s special braised pork belly with preserved vegetable
Barbecued Iberian pork in honey sauce
Baked crispy fried rice with seafood in baby pumpkin
Valet parking: yes
Vegetarian: 10 dishes
Private rooms: 5 rooms, 22 ppl
51/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, Estrada da Baia de Nossa Senhora
da Esperanca, Macau
(853) 8886 6868
Mon - Fri: Noon - 2.30pm; Sat-Sun: 11.30am - 3pm; Daily: 6 - 10.30pm
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