Trip.com Group Gourmet 2022 Global Restaurant Awards salute Macao restaurants Link copied
Eateries at both Sands China and Wynn are picked out for their excellence, with a wide range of cuisines garnering substantial praise.
Some of Macao’s top restaurants have been recognised for their excellence in the Trip.com Group Gourmet 2022 Global Restaurant Awards.
Both Sands China and Wynn picked up a slew of plaudits in the awards, which were introduced in 2016 and have become an “influential and authoritative guide for food and restaurant recommendations”, with the current edition covering 66 cities across mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. Restaurants are evaluated in five categories: Black Diamond, Diamond, Platinum, Gold and Silver.
Sands China said that 18 of its restaurants were recognised.
The resort operator received the Diamond award for La Chine at The Parisian Macao, The Huaiyang Garden at The Londoner Macao and Zi Yat Heen at the Four Seasons Hotel Macao. Platinum was awarded to Jiang Nan by Jereme Leung at The Venetian, Vista 38 at The Grand Suites at Four Seasons and The Manor at St. Regis Macao.
Gold was awarded to Pin Yue Xuan and Hiro by Hiroshi Kagata at The Venetian; Brasserie, Lotus Palace and Le Buffet at The Parisian; Churchill’s Table, North Palace and Chiado at The Londoner; and Belcanção and Xiao Ting at the Four Seasons.
Silver was awarded to North and Imperial House Dim Sum at The Venetian.
Sands China Food and Beverage Operations Senior Vice President Tom Connolly said: “We are honoured and delighted to have been awarded again in the prestigious Trip.com Group Gourmet Global Restaurant Awards, and will create even more unforgettable feasts for our guests.”
Six signature restaurants at Wynn Palace and Wynn Macau again earned Platinum and Diamond awards.
Wing Lei Palace at Wynn Palace in Cotai was the recipient of the Diamond award. Meanwhile, the following restaurants received Platinum awards: Sichuan Moon and SW Steakhouse in Wynn Palace; and Mizumi, Wing Lei and Golden Flower at Wynn Macau, according to the statement.
A spokesman for the resorts said that the honours are “a testament to Wynn’s continued pursuit of perfection as a leading dining destination”, along with its efforts to “promote the sustainable development of Macao as a Creative City of Gastronomy”.