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Robuchon au Dôme

Robuchon au Dôme is one of the region’s top dining destinations, and has been awarded three Michelin stars for nine consecutive years by the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong and Macau in 2009 to 2017. Boasting the most extensive and exclusive wine collection in Asia with over 16,800 labels, Robuchon au Dôme has been honored with the Wine Spectator’s “Grand Award” yearly since 2005. The restaurant offers a superb menu of French gastronomic cuisine, meticulously crafted by the world’s most Michelin-starred chef Joël Robuchon.

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The Eight

The first and only Chinese restaurant in Macau awarded three Michelin stars for four consecutive years by the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong and Macau. The Eight is an intimate Chinese restaurant offering contemporary Cantonese cuisine. The lavish interior design combined with the traditional Chinese elements of goldfish and the number “eight”, representing energy and wealth respectively. Diners can choose from over 40 kinds of dim sum at lunch and experience classic dining with an elegant and creative touch. The restaurant also shares the phenomenal wine cellar with over 16,800 labels between 13 other restaurants housed in the Lisboa Hotels Complex.

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Don Alfonso 1890

Don Alfonso 1890 opened in Macau at the Grand Lisboa Hotel in 2007, as world-renowned chef Alfonso Iaccarino brought over the original flavors of his generations-old and two-star Michelin restaurant in Southern Italy. The restaurant conveys a sense of classic elegance, accented with chandeliers and landscape paintings reminiscent of Southern Italy. Don Alfonso 1890 serves understated yet unmistakably the finest traditions of Southern Italian cuisine. The restaurant also shares the phenomenal wine cellar with over 16,800 labels between 13 other restaurants housed in the Lisboa Hotels Complex.

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The Kitchen

The Kitchen is a modern steakhouse which has been awarded one Michelin-star for four consecutive years by the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong and Macau. Housed at the Grand Lisboa Hotel with spectacular views of the Macau city, The Kitchen is based on a new concept for the modern steakhouse. The restaurant features the best steak from around the world – Wagyu from Kagoshima and Australia, US prime beef and Dutch veal – and also offers a wide selection of non-meat dishes such as live fish and lobsters from the tank. Special homemade bread and most entrées are prepared in flaming ovens in a contemporary show kitchen setting. The modern steakhouse also offers a premium selection of sashimi from the sushi bar and features an extensive salad buffet spread as well as specialty homemade desserts. The Kitchen also features an extensive wine collection of over 16,800 labels and has been honored with Wine Spectator’s “Best of Award of Excellence” from 2012 to 2016.

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Tim's Kitchen

Tim’s Kitchen was founded in 2000 by Mr. Lai Yau Tim in Hong Kong. Chef Lai learned his culinary skills from the head chef of 江太史 in Guangzhou, whose most famous dishes include Supreme Snake Bisque and other Cantonese delicacies. Chef Lai’s signature dishes include Crystal King Prawn, steamed whole crab claw with winter melon as well as other authentic Cantonese dishes.
     
Chef Lai was invited by a five-star hotel in Las Vegas as guest chef during Christmas in 2005 and later during Chinese New Year in 2006 and 2007 to showcase his culinary creations for the casino VIPs. In summer 2006 JP Morgan also invited him to Singapore and Indonesia to host a lavish private banquet dinner for local tycoons.
     
In 2007, Dr. Stanley Ho and Ms. Angela Leong invited Chef Lai to open Tim’s Kitchen at the Hotel Lisboa in Macau.
     
Tim’s Kitchen in Macau has been awarded Michelin starred restaurant by the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong and Macau from 2009 to 2017.

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Guincho a Galera

The first Michelin-starred restaurant from Portugal to open a branch abroad: Guincho a Galera, taking Portuguese fine-dining to a new level.

Guincho a Galera offers authentic Portuguese cuisine where Portuguese delicacies are prepared in the most skillful and innovative style. Luxuriously adorned in orange and gold, the restaurant’s interior embraces a classic Portuguese style with contemporary accents. The restaurant also shares the phenomenal wine cellar with over 16,800 labels between 13 other restaurants housed in the Lisboa Hotels Complex.

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Portas do Sol

Portas do Sol serves Chinese haute cuisine with seasonal specialties, accompanied by an extensive dim sum menu. As one of the most renowned Chinese restaurant in town, the elegant interior creates a warm and comfortable ambiance to the guests with an exquisite dance floor and several private rooms. It is the best venue for wedding and banquets in middle scale. Portas do Sol offers traditional dishes prepared by selected seasonal ingredients with a wine collection of over 16,800 labels, shared between 13 restaurants and lounges in Lisboa Hotels Complex. 

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Noite e Dia CAFÉ

Noite e Dia Café dinner buffet offers a variety of International delicacies including Thai, Japanese, Korean, seafood and sashimi, signature Asia hot dishes, Cantonese barbecue, dim sum as well as Italian pasta.

The open kitchen concept enables guests to interact with chefs and watch them prepare with flair in the kitchen. Do not miss the various selections of desserts; dim sum order form is now available for guests to ample serving of a-la-minute dim sums.

Guests will also receive a complimentary set of seasonal dish on Friday, Saturday & Public Holidays upon arrival. Be the first to enjoy!

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360° Café

Visiting Macau? Then come and enjoy the delicious food and the stunning views from Macau’s highest and only 360° revolving restaurant. Beautifully prepared local Portuguese and Indian dishes sit alongside exquisite seafood creations, so try a little of everything. This is a visual and gastronomic feast of international delicacies!

Enjoy dinner high above Macau with stunning evening views and a sumptuous buffet to match. Tantalize your taste buds with the irresistible seasonal seafood platter for the ultimate culinary indulgence. The restaurant rotates fully every one-and-half-hour – watch as the lights of Macau come to life and the sunsets – providing a truly unique and romantic experience.

If you missed lunch because there was so much to see and do at Macau Tower, here’s the perfect solution. High tea at 360° Café is an impressive treat. How about creamy salmon custards with Parmesan, or raspberry swirled cheesecake served with a freshly roasted coffee? Or perhaps the baked scallops with herbs and an Apricot and Rosemary cream with hazelnut crumble for afters?

360° Café is a gourmets delight, the views over Macau are spectacular and you can see it all unfold before you as the restaurant slowly rotates!

Dinner buffet, Lunch buffet and High Tea set are all available.

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Lua Azul

Lua Azul is perfect if you are celebrating a special occasion or hosting important business guests; this is fine Chinese dining at its best. Elegant and tasteful décor complements a menu famous for fusing the essence of traditional Guangdong culinary art with innovative, contemporary ingredients to produce delicious creations such as Stir-fried Angus Beef Dices with Shallot in Gravy and Wok-fired Scallops and Garden Greens in Truffle Sauce.

Lua Azul’s dim sums are world famous; they look incredible and taste even better. Little wonder they feature as editors’ picks in many travel and dining magazines the world over. Try them and see why!

For those wanting a little extra space or privacy for a special occasion or business meeting, Lua Azul also offers 6 exclusive VIP rooms.

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