Macao is a foodie paradise. Egg tarts, almond cookies, African chicken, minchi, pork chop buns, serradura – the list of local delicacies goes on and on. But there’s more to the dining scene than just these street food delectables. Our sister SAR is also home to a number of award-winning fine dining options, a number of which can be found in Wynn Palace.
Feeling hungry? Then you’re in luck. The five-star establishment is running a special Resort Credit promotion to help visitors experience even more of the hotel’s many fabulous restaurants and amenities. Book between now and March 31 and choose a date up until May 10 – excluding March 29 to April 1, April 5 to 7, and April 29 to May 1 – to secure an overnight stay at the five-star hotel, from $1,549, and earn a wealth of extras during your stay. Those booking Palace King and Palace Queens rooms will receive $388 resort credit per night and those with a suite will receive $688 resort credit, which can be used in all F&B outlets (excluding Starbucks and in-room minibars) as well as the Wynn Shop, the gift shop, Ferrari Store and SPA & Salon. There’s also complimentary premium internet service, SkyCab access and 2pm late check out for Wynn Insiders.
With a dozen restaurants on-site, the dining options are almost overwhelming at Wynn Palace. Not sure where to spend all your credit then? Here are four of the hotel’s best restaurants, which are not to be missed.
Four restaurants not to miss at Wynn Palace
If you love Japanese cuisine but can never decide between tempura, teppanyaki and sushi, then Mizumi is for you. All three are available here and you can choose just one or mix and match from the restaurant’s à la carte menu. As well as great food, Mizumi is renowned for its attention to omotenashi, Japan’s famous dedication to hospitality. Polite, welcoming service is a guarantee here.
Inspired by the award-winning SW Steakhouse in Las Vegas, famed for its Kobe beef, this Macao outpost is an equal match. Whole cows are purchased directly from accredited Japanese wagyu farmers before separate cuts are individually aged. In terms of steak, it doesn’t get much better than that. If you still need some convincing, the restaurant’s high-tech cabaret show should win you over.
The food is no less spectacular than the setting here – a broad range of Cantonese fine-dining fare with seasonal menus that help ensure every dish is of the freshest, highest quality. Favourites include the likes of braised whole fresh abalone in oyster sauce, barbecued suckling pig and wok-fried sliced duck.