Published on : Friday, March 10, 2017
Four Sands Resorts Macao restaurants – Conrad Macao, Cotai Central’s Dynasty 8, Four Seasons Hotel Macao’s Zi Yat Heen,St. Regis Macao’s The Manor and The Parisian Macao’s La Chine have been recognised by the South China Morning Post (SCMP) in the 2017 edition of its 100 Top Tables – a CEO’s Dining Guide, a high-end guide to the best restaurants in Hong Kong and Macao, aimed at top executives.
The four Sands Resorts Macao restaurants are among only 20 Macao restaurants to receive a prestigious 100 Top Tables award by the SCMP in 2017.
The recognition by the SCMP follows a successful year for several Sands Resorts Macao restaurants, with Dynasty 8 picking up titles from Crave HK & Macau, SCMP, a 2016 World Luxury Restaurant Award and 2016 China’s Wine List of the Year Award, alongside Sands Macao’s Copa Steakhouse and Golden Court and Sheraton Grand Macao Hotel’s Bene.
100 Top Tables – a CEO’s Dining Guide, now in its fifth year, accomplishes a difficult task – narrowing a list of over 1,000 fine dining establishments in Hong Kong and Macao down to the very best 100. Selected restaurants must meet high standards of food and service and provide a suitable environment for executive dining.
Dynasty 8, Conrad Macao, Cotai Central
Conrad Macao’s signature Chinese restaurant Dynasty 8 led by Chef Yap Poh Weng, is the home of authentic high-end Chinese cuisine. Evoking a feeling of old-world China charm, Dynasty 8 holds the “Best of Award of Excellence” from Wine Spectator magazine’s annual Restaurant Awards for three consecutive years, is featured in Hong Kong Tatler’s Best Restaurants 2017 and was also honoured in the 2016 China Wine List Awards.
Zi Yat Heen, Four Seasons Hotel Macao
With an exquisite menu incorporating à la carte, dim sum, seasonal specialties and set menus, Zi Yat Heen serves authentic and creative Cantonese cuisine in a relaxed, elegant restaurant atmosphere. A selection of savoury dishes emphasises exquisite ingredients, fresh seafood and traditional favourites.
The Manor, St. Regis Macao
The Manor serves high quality dishes made from the finest ingredients, thoughtfully sourced from around the world. Bursting with vibrant colors and robust flavors, each dish at The Manor is a masterful work of art.
La Chine, The Parisian Macao
Having only opened in September 2016, La Chine is honoured to have been included in 100 Top Tables – a CEO’s Dining Guide. Located within the Eiffel Tower, the restaurant offers a vibrant and chic dining experience, deftly combining regional Chinese favourites with a French joie de vivre to create imaginative dishes executed with a flourish unique in Macao.
Experience the world of Sands Resorts Macao dining sensations at Conrad Macao, Cotai Central’s Dynasty 8, Four Seasons Hotel Macao’s Zi Yat Heen, St. Regis Macao’s The Manor and The Parisian Macao’s La Chine, alongside 150 other superb international restaurants throughout the integrated resort.