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.
Headed by chef de cuisine Shi Wei Dong, Andrea’s offers an intriguing spin on the flavours of traditional Chinese cooking. An array of regional cuisines are represented here, from the delicate notes of Huaiyang to the fierce spiciness of Sichuan. Impressive as the main menu is, don’t neglect the tea menu, which is filled with wonderful exotic brews.
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.
An incredible flying dragon made of 90,000 Swarovski crystals greets you at the entrance of Wing Lei Palace. The food is no less spectacular – 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.