Good Eating - Dining in Macaui

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  • Nestled within MGM Macau, Imperial Court is popular for its fine Chinese gastronomy and is ideal for corporates too, with six private dining rooms
  • Chef de cuisine Homan Tsui explores Lingnan heritage and the signature crispy fried chicken skin stuffed with shrimp mousse with shaved fish is not to be missed

The menu is by Italian-Argentine chef Mauro Colagreco, who is behind three-Michelin starred Mirazur, a French Riviera eatery that is number one on The World’s Best 50 Best Restaurants list


Bella Taipa is under the command of Tuscan chef Jonathan Dominguez, who happens to be the first member of the Italian Chef Federation (F.I.C.) in Macau

Third establishment in Asia by the eponymous Singaporean pastry chef offers the usual signature desserts along with soups, salads, sandwiches, pastas and Southeast Asian delicacies

The Parisian-inspired café’s executive chef, Sylvain Perraut, has over 30 years’ culinary experience and offers a menu featuring French and Mediterranean dishes

Small plates were served with crusty bread, and ranged from pork sorpotel – a Goan curry of Portuguese origin – to spicy rechado shrimps

Portofino’s signature pizza de crescenzo is a great choice for carb lovers and dessert lovers should try the amaretto crème brûlée and cassata Siciliana al cioccolato

The Pearl Dragon Chinese restaurant is located in the relatively new Studio City Hotel which, although part of the City of Dreams group, is on the far side of the Cotai Strip. 

Yamazato executive chef Akira Hayashi is famous for his kaiseki ryôri sets, the only restaurant in Macau that specialises in Kyoto-style dishes - a refined cuisine that emphasises subtle flavours and seasonal ingredients. The kaiseki meal has a prescribed order of courses which is determined by the cooking method for each dish.