Macau casinos have three fewer Michelin-starred restaurants

Macau has three fewer Michelin-starred restaurants.
Macau has three fewer Michelin-starred restaurants.

Macau has three fewer restaurants starred in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau when compared to last year.

Macau.- For the second consecutive Year, casino resorts in Macau have lost three Michelin-starred restaurants in the publication of the new Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau. All of Macau’s Michelin-starred restaurants are at casinos.

Golden Flower, the Chinese restaurant at Wynn Macau, has lost its two-star rating, although it’s still recommended by the guide. Hotel Lisboa’s Tim’s Kitchen, which had one star has closed, and The Golden Peacock, the Indian restaurant at the Venetian Macao is also gone.

Three Macau restaurants have kept their three Michelin stars, the highest rating in the international guide. Two of them – the Robuchon au Dôme and the Chinese fine-dining restaurant The Eight – are located at the Grand Lisboa casino, which has won several awards for its restaurants. The other three-star restaurant is Jade Dragon, a Cantonese restaurant at Melco Resorts’ City of Dreams Macau.

Five Macau restaurants retain two Michelin stars: Alain Ducasse at the Morpheus hotel tower, at City of Dreams; Feng Wei Ju, a restaurant at Galaxy Entertainment’s venue; Mizumi and Wing Lei, both at Wynn Macau; and Sichuan Moon at Wynn Palace, the sister property on Cotai.

Restaurants retaining a one-star rating are: 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo – Bombana and Lai Heen, both at Galaxy Macau; Pearl Dragon, at Melco Resorts’ Studio City; The Kitchen, at Grand Lisboa; Wing Lei Palace, at Wynn Palace; Ying at Altira Macau, a Melco Resorts venue; and Zi Yat Heen at the Four Seasons Macao, a Sands China venue.

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