Mizumi at Wynn Palace Macau

Traditional Japanese hospitality in Macau
Mizumi at Wynn Palace aims to epitomize the Japanese concept of omotenashi, the art of anticipating the needs of and satisfying your guests. With a team of master chefs from Japan and ingredients flown in daily from the homeland, Mizumi offers kaiseki, sushi and teppanyaki.

Mixing traditional Japanese décor with contemporary additions, the restaurant space is undeniably Japanese but with flourishes that are both typical of Wynn and atypical of many other Japanese restaurants in the city. The gilded cherry tree sculpture in the center of the room, which cycles through the seasons thanks to LEDs, perhaps illustrates this. The orange lacquered hoods of the two teppanyaki stations are other examples.

Aiming to differentiate Mizumi from other Japanese fine-dining establishments in Macau, the selection of sake is, according to Wynn, incomparable, with several that are exclusive to Mizumi.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Get ready for dinner and a show: the teppanyaki, kaiseki and sushi omakase (chef tasting menus) have precise, artful presentations.
  • The entrance to Mizumi is as theatrical as what you will experience inside, thanks to a contemporary rock garden and the modernized Japanese courtyard. The blend of natural materials with steel and glass hint at what is to come inside.
  • Stacked floor to ceiling with traditional tansu cabinets, the three private rooms are both beautiful and interesting. Able to accommodate just eight diners per room, they add an intimacy to the Mizumi experience.
  • The sake collection is excellent, so be sure to opt for pairings with your meal. For those with less than an extensive knowledge of sake, listen to the advice of the in-house sake sommelier. 
  • If you don't care for sake, the sommelier can also suggest whiskey, cocktail and even craft beer pairings.
Things to Know
  • Mizumi has a casual-elegant dress code.
  • Children 10 and older are welcome to dine in the Macau restaurant.
The Drinks
  • With a vast array of different sakes to choose from and a sake sommelier, Mizumi attracts connoisseurs of the Japanese rice wine. 
  • The list includes Matsu no Tsukasa Black Azolla and Junmai Daiginjo, one of the most sought-after sakes outside Japan with only 400 bottles produced.
  • The list was compiled by the in-house sake sommelier with the assistance of the only Master of Wine in Japan recognized by the Institute of Masters of Wine.
  • Aside from sake, there is a wide range of other drinks, including more than two dozen small-batch Japanese whiskeys, cocktails made specifically to pair with the food on offer, and even a range of Japanese craft beers.
Business casual
Kid friendly
Private dining
Reservations recommended
Valet parking
Getting There
Avenida da Nave Desportiva, Cotai, Macau
Mizumi at Wynn Palace Macau
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