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Crown Towers features five restaurants for a variety of Asian and Western cuisine. At Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star The Tasting Room, French chef Guillaume Galliot gives you tastes of contemporary and regional European cuisine. Start with the slow-cooked onion soup — Galliot is known for it — and then move on to the blue lobster confit with a butter, pan-fried foie gras and bread emulsion. This being The Tasting Room, you'll also have the choice of four-and six-course degustation menus, along with an eight-course chef's menu. Though you may opt to graze in the tasting lounge, where you can choose from 16 wines by the glass and nosh on freshly shucked oysters, platters of cold cuts and cheeses, and chocolates and pralines for dessert. More dining options are available in the City of Dreams resort, including authentic Cantonese fare, fresh seafood and dim sum at Treasure Palace, which also offers an eclectic selection of floral teas and fine wines. For classic northern Chinese dishes like Peking duck and hand-pulled noodles, head to Beijing Kitchen; and for Japanese cuisine, find sushi at Mezza9 Macau and signature dishes at EDO Japanese Restaurant. Regardless of where you choose to dine, one thing is clear — you won't be starved for options when you book a room at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel.