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Number of Michelin-starred restaurants in Macau decreased compared to previous year

March 15, 2024 Macau Industry Updates

In comparison to the previous year, there are less Michelin-starred restaurants in Macau’s casino resorts according to the 2024 edition of the “Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau.” One restaurant has lost its three-star rating, according to the annual list that was revealed on Thursday.

The revised guide was unveiled during a function held at SJM Holdings Ltd.’s casino resort, Grand Lisboa Palace in Cotai. There are 16 Macau restaurants in this year’s list, compared to 17 in the previous one.

Two three-star restaurants in Macau are included in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2024: Robuchon au Dôme, which is located in the Grand Lisboa Hotel in the city’s center and is run by SJM Holdings, and Jade Dragon in City of Dreams, which is operated by Melco Resorts & Entertainment Ltd.

The Grand Lisboa’s Chinese restaurant, The Eight, lost one of its stars.

This year’s list saw Huaiyang Garden, which is managed by renowned chef Zhou Xiaoyan, rise to a two-star rating. The eatery can be found at Sands China Ltd.’s resort, The Londoner Macao.

Other two-star eateries in Macau included in this issue are Feng Wei Ju at StarWorld Hotel, a property of Galaxy Entertainment Group Ltd.; Mizumi and Wing Lei at Wynn Macau, which is managed by Wynn Macau Ltd.; and Alain Ducasse at Morpheus in City of Dreams.

Notably, the Wynn Palace Sichuan Moon outlet—a hotel in Cotai owned by Wynn Macau Ltd.—was included on the previous year’s list but has since closed.

This year, Chef Tam’s Seasons, a Chinese restaurant under the direction of Chef Tam Kwok Fung at Wynn Palace, was awarded one Michelin star. The one-star Sushi Kinetsu restaurant in City of Dreams will also open, taking the place of the Shinji by Kanesaka location that closed during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The six remaining Michelin-starred restaurants in Macau are: Ying at Altira Macau, a Melco Resorts venue; Pearl Dragon at Melco Resorts’ Studio City; Sichuanese restaurant Five Foot Road at MGM Cotai; 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo-Bombana and Lai Heen at Galaxy Macau; and Zi Yat Heen at Four Seasons Macao, run by Sands China.

The Wynn Palace restaurant Wing Lei Palace, which received one Michelin star the previous year, has closed and been taken off the list. Only the Grand Lisboa Kitchen remains in the “Michelin Selected” category, having lost its one-star ranking the year before.

Original story by: GGRAsia

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