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The best things to eat and drink at Wynn Macau are not so much individual dishes or drinks but dining experiences. Check it out:
1. The seasonal menu at Wing Lei. Take a walk on the adventurous side for a meal to remember. The seasonal specialties menu at the contemporary Cantonese restaurant features everything from double-boiled fish maw with seafood and bamboo piths in winter melon to a black truffle pudding. The stunning restaurant with its dazzling flying dragon composed of 90,000 Swarovski crystals is the place to try something you’ve never had before. The dim sum menu is another treat.
2. Kaiseki at Mizumi. The serene Japanese restaurant at Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Wynn Macau specializes in kaiseki, a traditional multi-course meal that’s made using fresh ingredients flown in from Japan twice a week. You never know what you’re going to get, but when the restaurant flies in 20 different kinds of fish, you know you’re in for something special.
3. Craft cocktails at Cinnebar. Try the Fiesta Fatale, a sweet and spicy specialty cocktail made with tequila, hot red chilies, toasted vanilla bean and herb-infused simple syrup.
4. Breakfast buffet at Café Esplanada. Dim sum and congee, eggs and bacon, cured meats and pickled onions, fresh-squeezed tropical juices, freshly baked pastries…the list goes on and on. Café Esplanada’s breakfast buffet is a lavish spread.
5. Sicilian prawns with black angel hair pasta at Ristorante il Teatro. Chef Anthony Alaimo is renowned for his signature dish at Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Wynn Macau’s Italian restaurant, which happens to overlook Performance Lake, giving you prime views of the show as you dine on the fresh pasta and unique Italian dishes.