Unveils the First Phase of Enticing Dining Options
Reinforcing SJM’s culinary leadership with unrivalled food and beverage offerings
An impeccable line-up of first-to-Macau and trendsetting self-established brands
Grand Lisboa Palace Resort Macau, the new integrated resort soon to be launched by SJM Resorts, S.A. (“SJM”) in Cotai, is bringing to Macau a variety of enticing dining options to delight both locals and visitors alike.
Setting off the gastronomic journey upon opening are The Grand Buffet, the returning legendary buffet restaurant in Macau; Mesa, a contemporary Portuguese restaurant featuring bold design with oriental inspiration; Chalou, a classic tea house designed by celebrated Hong Kong designer Alan Chan; Wulao, the highly sought-after Taiwanese hotpot restaurant, in addition to casual dining options namely GLP Café, Eight Treasures and GLP Lobby Lounge.
Other highly-anticipated dining options will be launched progressively over the coming 12 months to offer more sensational epicurean delights, such as Italian fine-dining brought by a world-renowned Michelin-starred restaurant concept from Italy, Japanese Kappo cuisine presented by a Michelin-starred chef, a haute Cantonese restaurant designed by Alan Chan and a microbrewery featuring authentic Bavarian beer, just to name a few.
The Grand Buffet
Once the city’s most popular buffet restaurant with the longest buffet line in town at Grand Lisboa Macau, The Grand Buffet will be relaunched at Grand Lisboa Palace, where it will continue to offer the most extensive and sumptuous buffet selection in Macau. More than 600 international delicacies embracing Chinese, Pan-Asian and Western cuisines will be prepared from farm-to-table ingredients at live cooking stations. For the first time in Macau, guests can enjoy seasonal and grilled dishes prepared at an outdoor dedicated BBQ pit, and indulge in a variety of fresh-from-the-tank seafood in an al fresco setting with captivating views of the Resort and its verdant garden.
Meaning “Table” in Portuguese, Mesa offers contemporary cuisine inspired by the country’s tradition of sharing of food and drinks. Guests will find themselves settled in a chic ambience of never-before-encountered blend of modern design and oriental inspiration, as they enjoy vibrant cocktails created by award-winning mixologists, Portuguese fine wines and petiscos (small plates of traditional Portuguese dishes) at the ornate cocktail bar. With a design inspired by traditional Chinese bird cages, the restaurant deftly merges Chinese iconography to complement the Resort’s East-meets-West aura.
Designed by famous Hong Kong designer Alan Chan, Chalou pays homage to classic Canton tea house culture through its nostalgic design. This restaurant provides a truly authentic “yum cha” experience by recreating the retrospective dim sum trolley service. Chalou offers an array of classic and inventive dim sums served from trolleys at your table, as well as authentic Cantonese-style dishes. Guests will be captivated by how Alan Chan seamlessly integrates art and culinary culture, creating domed ceilings decorated with thousands of Chinese tea cups and sparkling chandeliers crafted with hundreds of crystal chopsticks.
Founded in 2009 in Taiwan and established as a highly sought-after hotpot brand in Greater China, Wulao aims at creating a “Fairy Peach-blossom Village” that provides a relaxing and contemplative ambience for guests to enjoy Taiwanese gourmet hotpot and attentive service. Its first-ever exclusive branch in the Macau and Hong Kong region will be launched at Grand Lisboa Palace. The restaurant will provide the freshest ingredients and products imported directly from Taiwan, such as its renowned creamy tofu, layered tofu, and spicy secret broths, while taking guests on an unforgettable journey of distinguished Wulao service and rituals.
GLP Café offers a cozy experience for guests of all ages, serving typical Hong Kong and Macanese favourites in a classic setting. With an extensive menu of over 120 items, guests can savour a wide variety of comfort food, including noodles and rice, wok-fried dishes, and Cantonese-style barbecue, as well as Hong Kong and Macanese-style snacks and beverages.
Eight Treasures serves a round-the-clock gourmet feast of authentic Chinese and Asian specialties ranging from hand-pulled noodles from various regions, to handcrafted dumplings, rice dishes, fresh vegetables, and wok-fried dishes. All prepared à la minute in our show kitchen, this cross-generational restaurant aims to bring bold flavours to life.
GLP Lobby Lounge
The garden-themed GLP Lobby Lounge is the perfect place to meet, relax and unwind. An elegant crystal tree centrepiece twinkles with dynamic lighting, creating a whimsical atmosphere through the unique shadows cast in the space. Guests may imbibe from a broad selection of beverages, in addition to tantalising meals and refreshments, including our very own Portuguese egg tarts.
Grand Lisboa Palace Resort Macau will offer approximately 1,900 rooms and suites in three luxurious hotel towers, namely Grand Lisboa Palace Macau, Palazzo Versace Macau and THE KARL LAGERFELD. Other features include a 75,000-square-metre “Fantasy Garden” themed retail mall The Bazar, The Grand Pavilion for events and celebrations, a versatile event hall, as well as leisure and entertainment facilities, presenting an exciting panoply of style and leisure experiences and continuing SJM’s legacy in hospitality and entertainment.
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