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The interior design of Robuchon au Dôme subscribes to an over-the-top, gold and crystal-heavy design style. When you step off the elevator and enter the domed space you’ll be agape at two things: the large carved wood grand piano with a tuxedoed maestro at the key and giant gold vases surrounding him, and the sparkling crystal chandelier that appears to be pouring down from the top of the dome. Opulent is the word that comes to mind, and it’s echoed throughout the circular glassed-in restaurant, which has crisscrossing gold beams framing the egg-like shape. Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Robuchon au Dôme presents Old-World style in a very new money city, just the kind of throwback that Macau needs.