Robuchon au Dôme
No self-respecting list on Macau’s fine dining scene can start without including this restaurant. After all, it was Joël Robuchon, “Chef of the Century”, who first kicked off the fine dining scene in Macau by opening the city’s first gastronomic restaurant in 2001. His restaurant is now located atop the Grand Lisboa Hotel and has retained its three-star Michelin status for several years. Located in a beautiful vaulted glass dome with stunning views across Macau – the spectacular views are complimented by the finest French cuisine and exemplary service. The set lunch menu is one of the best meal deals in Asia. The wine list, with its 14,500 labels (the most extensive collection in the whole of Asia) may prove a bit overwhelming, but the sommelier is patient and helpful. The traditional desert trolley wheeled out at the end of the meal is the icing on the cake. Eating and drinking here is a real treat.