I was invited to dinner at The Eight for a menu paired with Perrier Jouet champagnes Belle époque rosé 2006 and the premiere vintage 2007 – both my favourites of the night. Food and wines are very personal and I am not for sweet wines and champagne so these were perfect, citrus notes, slight bitterness, […]

Where to get the best Indian food in Macau? Look no further – Golden Peacock in Venetian is a one Michelin starred restaurant with all the regional Indian dishes cooked to perfection. Service is fantastic, I’ve gone with friends with egg, gluten, diary allergies and our server actually knew every single ingredient that went into […]

So, everyone jokingly calls this restaurant my husband’s “canteen”, as Robuchon once was where he’d dine up to four times a week there by himself. As you can see, my cooking at home can never measure up. We head to Ciak and Otto e Mezzo in Hong Kong whenever we’re in town and have our pre-travel dinner […]

I love all the dining outlets in Grand Lisboa, from three Michelin starred Robuchon au Dome to the all-day dining Congee and Noodle. We’ve recently started going to the Crystal Lounge more often too – bountiful salads, great sandwiches (over 30 types of cheese and cold cuts to choose your fillings!) and here we have […]

(my photo above doesn’t do the building justice, the scale and grandoise of it is pretty amazing viewing it from afar) It’s been well over a week now since the star studded grand opening and things are well on its way, the property is filling up with guests staying in-house and lots of shops have […]

This is our default Sunday brunch place when we wake up and don’t know where to go. Aux Beaux Arts is always a good idea and I always end up ordering the same thing, half a dozen of escargots followed by mussels and fries or the chicken stuffed with foie gras. It never fails me. […]

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I think this is one of Macau’s best kept secret – a kick ass steakhouse and amazing dishes. Copa is located in the labyrinth that is Macau Sands that opened several years ago. It beats Morton’s at the Venetian as the latter we’ve had so many inconsistent meals there, we’ve stopped going back. There’s an open […]

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