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Sunday brunch at Altira Macau is an extravagant, family-friendly affair that features live performances from clowns and magicians and, of course, a lavish spread of gourmet cuisine from two of this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s signature restaurants.
Aurora, the hotel’s award-winning Italian restaurant, serves an appetizing buffet of homemade pastas, fresh seafood and indulgent desserts, while the Japanese restaurant Kira offers sushi, sashimi, a live teppanyaki station and other regional delicacies. Brunch costs HK$425 (US$55) for adults and HK$212 (US$27) for kids; you can also pay an extra HK$153 (US$20) for a selection of unlimited wine and champagne.
We strongly recommend making Sunday brunch reservations up to a few weeks in advance due to its popularity with both guests of the luxury hotel and Macau locals.
We offer a great brunch at Altira Macau on Sundays at Aurora and Kira. The brunch suits all sorts of guests — couples, business travelers and families. This is an especially popular event for families, where a magician and a clown are present to provide fun entertainment while you dine. If Sunday brunch is of interest to you, we recommend booking a reservation in advance because it attracts locals in Macau as well.