Wing Lei at Wynn Macau

Opulent dim sum dining in Macau
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 yellow 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 barbecue 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. More than 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.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Wing Lei at Wynn Macau looks out over the calming water of Nam Van Lake from its position on the ground floor of Wynn Macau, and is conveniently close to the luxury brand shopping area, Wynn Esplanade, as well as the shows at the Rotunda, including the Tree of Prosperity and the Dragon of Fortune spectacles.
  • Be sure to order the restaurant’s signature tea, a unique blend of flowers, fruits and various tea leaf varieties.
  • The striking Five-Star restaurant attracts in-house guests from the hotel, visitors to Macau, business diners and thanks to its popular dim sum menu, plenty of locals as well, so the ambiance has an agreeable buzz kept to a gentle, fine-dining volume.
  • The dining room's cheerful yellow and coral palette — which was inspired by Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers — almost makes the striking dragon glow brighter. There are more animals in Wing Lei: look for the heroic-scaled cloisonné horses.
  • A symbol of happiness, luck and activity, the dragon is a recurring theme throughout the Macau restaurant and can be found repeated on dessert plates, as well as within the entire resort.
Things to Know
  • Wing Lei at Wynn Macau is open for both lunch and dinner. 
  • Wing Lei at Wynn Macau doesn’t have a dress code per se, but given the restaurant’s stylish interior, you’ll want to dress up. Gentleman will want to avoid short pants or sleeveless shirts, as well as open shoes or baseball hats.
The Food
  • Renowned for its dim sum, the restaurant fills up quickly in the mornings with guests eager for the crispy cha siu bao (baked barbecue pork buns with sweetened crust) and har gao (steamed shrimp dumplings) with the restaurant’s signature XO chili sauce.
  • Signature dishes include steamed Macau sole and a cod fish roll.
Business casual
Reservations recommended
Vegetarian options
Getting There
Rua Cidade de Sintra, NAPE, Macau
Wing Lei at Wynn Macau
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