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Restaurants in Macau city

The Macau restaurants below have been grouped into three pricing categories:

Expensive (over HKD1,000)

Moderate (HKD200 to HKD1,000)

Cheap (up to HKD200)

These Macau restaurant prices are for a three-course meal for one and include tax, service and half a bottle of house wine or equivalent. Prices are listed in Hong Kong dollars rather than Macau patacas as the two currencies are virtually interchangeable.

Expensive

Ristorante Il Teatro

Cuisine: Italian

One of four fine dining options at Wynn Macau, this Italian restaurant lives up to its name with theatrical grandeur. Excellent southern Italian cuisine and pizzas are dished up in a dining room shaped like an operatic balcony around a grand stage. Tables overlook the performing fountains outside.

Address: , Rua Cidade de Sintra, Wynn Macau,
Telephone: +853 8986 3663
Website: http://www.wynnmacau.com

Robuchon au Dôme

Cuisine: Modern French

Now the proud recipient of no less than three Michelin stars, this superb restaurant is worth splurging out for. Modern French food is served with aplomb, and diners can also enjoy incredible views from their position on the 43rd floor of the Grand Lisboa Hotel.

Address: , Avenida de Lisboa, Macau,
Telephone: +853 8803 7878
Website: http://www.grandlisboahotel.com

Zi Yat Heen

Cuisine: Chinese

The Michelin-starred Zi Yat Heen at the Four Seasons Hotel Macau serves authentic, high-quality Cantonese cuisine and a creative dim sum menu in a relaxed yet elegant atmosphere. The emphasis is on fresh ingredients, seafood and traditional favourites, with more unusual items such as baked lamb chops with coffee sauce.

Address: , Estrada da Baía de Nossa Senhora da Esperança, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2881 8818
Website: http://www.fourseasons.com

Moderate

A Lorcha

Cuisine: Portuguese

A long-standing favourite with visitors in search of authentic Portuguese grub, this rustic-style restaurant serves up an array of Iberian classics. Expect everything from dried cod salad and steamed crab to sautéed pork with clams. It's closed on Tuesdays, and you'd be wise to book ahead at other times.

Address: , Avenida Almirante Sergio, no 289 AA, ground floor, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2831 3193
Website: http://www.alorcha.com

Clube Militar de Macau

Cuisine: Portuguese

Housed in one of the destination's most distinguished colonial buildings (built in 1870 for army officers), the Military Club is as atmospheric a place as you'll find in Macau. The well-prepared food is almost a sideshow to the setting, and the Portuguese wine list is excellent.

Address: , 975 Avenida da Praia Grande, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2871 4000

Restaurante Fernando

Cuisine: Portuguese

Famed for its seafood served on red-and-white-check tablecloths and accompanied by large jugs of sangria, this seaside restaurant is a Macau icon. Portuguese wines are displayed around the dining room – and taste especially fine when sipped under the big tree in the courtyard.

Address: , 9 Praia Hac Sa, Coloane, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2888 2264
Website: http://www.fernando-restaurant.com

Cheap

Café Deco Macau

Cuisine: Asian & Western

A good catch-all option with a menu that covers everything from tandoori and Thai to pizzas and burgers. It forms a part of the sprawling Shoppes at Venetian mall and (perhaps most importantly for ravenous night owls) stays open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Address: , Shop 1036, Shoppes at Venetian, The Venetian Macao, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2882 3326
Website: http://www.cafedecogroup.com

Lord Stow’s Bakery

Cuisine: Bakery

First founded back in 1989 (an absolute age ago in Macau's terms), this iconic little café-cum-bakery in Coloane has achieved something approaching legendary status. The reason? Its exquisite, oven-warm egg tarts. Such are their popularity that the bakery now has multiple outlets around Macau.

Address: , 1 Rua do Tassara, Coloane, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2888 2534
Website: http://www.lordstow.com

Ou Mun Café

Cuisine: Portuguese

Follow the aroma of roasting coffee beans to this delightful Portuguese café, located down a side lane just off Senado Square. It serves good-value set lunches and freshly baked pastries and breads, and the fresh-brewed coffee is excellent.

Address: , 12 Travessa Sao Domingos, Macau,
Telephone: +853 2837 2207
Website: http://www.oumuncafe.com

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This newly renovated Macau hotel may be a little removed from the action, but it's all the more attractive for that reason. It's just up the hill from the wonderful Clube Militar de Macau restaurant and offers some good-value packages. It sits at the foot of Colina da Guia, Macau's landmark hill and the site of the historic Guia fort and lighthouse.

Ole London Hotel

This very pink, six-storey block with 60 rooms near the Inner Harbour boasts smart and spotless (if small) rooms. All rooms have private bathroom with hair dryer, TVs and a mini bar. Breakfast is included. Given its location and rates, the Ole London Hotel offers one of the best deals in town.

Parisian Macao

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Grand Coloane Resort

Formerly the Westin Resort Macau, this five-star getaway overlooks gardens and a sandy beach on Coloane Island. It's long been favoured by visitors seeking a bit of peace and quiet in upscale surrounds. Each room has a sea or beach view, and there's an excellent spa and an adjoining golf course.

San Va Hotel

This cheap traditional-style guesthouse has a decent location in downtown Macau on the historic Rua da Felicidade (Happiness Street). The rooms are simple but clean and comfortable, and some of the doubles and twins have en-suite shower and bathroom. It was established in 1873, and claims to be the oldest existing guesthouse in Macau.

Pousada de São Tiago

Built into what was once a 17th-century fort that defended Macau against hostile invaders, this traditional Portuguese pousada is a romantic place to stay. It commands a splendid view of the Inner Harbour, and the interior décor, with its flagstones, wooden rafters and blue tiles, is a delight.