The first thing you see after stepping through the traditional Chinese moon gate entrance at Wing Lei at Wynn Macau is a flying dragon composed of 90,000 Swarovski crystals and blown glass illuminated with tiny lights set against a vibrant red backdrop. But that’s not the only thing making a statement at the restaurant inside the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Wynn Macau.

While the dragon’s wow factor has become familiar for the locals, hotel guests and other visitors who frequent the restaurant, they come for the tasty Cantonese fare, which includes lunchtime dim sum, traditional barbeque pork and suckling pig. Regular and seasonal menu are available, and the chefs take care to mix Japanese and Western influences into the cuisine to make sure there’s something to appeal to everyone. Over 30 chefs work in the restaurant’s kitchen under the guidance of the executive chef — and under the watchful eye of the lucky dragon no doubt.

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