By Holly Graham
8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo - Bombana (One star)
With three stars in Hong Kong, two in Shanghai and one in Macau, you’re guaranteed one of the finest Italian meals you’ve ever had at this stellar restaurant.
Address: 1/F, Galaxy Macau, The Promenade, Shop 1031, Avenida de Cotai, Macau
Phone: +853 8886 2169
Feng Wei Ju (Two stars)
Decked out in gold, dine on spicy Sichuan cuisine, Hunanese favourites like steamed carp head and handmade noodles, which you can watch being made.
Address: 5/F, StarWorld Hotel, Avenida da Amizade, Macau
Phone: +853 8290 8668
Golden Flower (Two stars)
Serving Sichuan, Lu and Tan cuisines and a few Cantonese dishes, pair your food with recommendations from the tea sommelier.
Address: G/F, Encore Hotel, Rua Cidade de Sintra, Nape, Macau
Phone: +853 8986 3663
Jade Dragon (Three stars)
This gorgeous Cantonese restaurant serves mouthwatering barbecued Ibérico pork and healing herbal soups using recipes inspired by traditional Chinese medicine.
Address: Level 2, The Shops at the Boulevard, City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau
Phone: +853 8868 2822
King (One star)
This Cantonese restaurant is known for its excellent dim sum and delicious baked chicken with Shaoxing wine.
Address: G05-07, GF, AIA Tower, 251A-301 Avenida Comercial de Macau, Macau
Phone: +853 2875 7218
Lai Heen (One star)
Boasting an awe-inspiring view of Macau from the top floor of the Ritz-Carlton hotel, this Cantonese restaurant is sure to impress with both its food and location.
Address: 51/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Galaxy, Estrada da Baia da N. Senhora da Esperanca, Cotai, Macau
Phone: +853 8886 6742
Mizumi (Two stars)
The only Japanese restaurant in Macau to be awarded Michelin stars serves jet-fresh sushi andsashimi from Tokyo’s Tsukiji market in Tokyo and beef from a private ranch on Ishigaki, an island off of Okinawa.