Zi Yat Heen puts a creative twist on Cantonese cuisine in Macau
The eatery is close to the casinos and serves traditional Cantonese cuisine
Close to the casinos, but just far away enough to provide a relaxing escape, Zi Yat Heen offers traditional Cantonese cuisine with an occasional creative twist.
The elegant interior is everything you’d expect of a Four Seasons restaurant, with lantern-like chandeliers and a floor-to-ceiling wine cellar dressing up the neutral colour palate.
Veteran Hong Kong chef Ho Pui-yung focuses on fresh seafood and high-quality ingredients from around the world, offering everything from traditional dim sum and bird’s nest soup to barbecued meats and a wide range of vegetarian dishes.
Diners can also expect a few unique flourishes to the otherwise simple fare.
Deluxe appetisers – suckling pig, red jelly fish, bbq pork with honey, crispy scallop with pear
Crispy crab claw with shrimp mousse
Braised pork ribs
Valet parking: yes
Vegetarian: 12 dishes
Corkage: 500+ patacas
Private rooms: 6 rooms, 16 ppl
L1, Four Seasons Hotel Macao Estrada da Baia de N Senhora da Esperanca, Taipa (853) 2881 8818 Mon-Sat: Noon - 2.30pm;
Sun: 11.30am - 3pm;
Daily: 6 - 10.30pm
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