Sands Resorts Macao Expands its Eclectic Dining Options with Brands New to Macao and Michelin-Starred Dim Sum

Tai Er, Hiro, Hiro Ramen, 828 Cafe and Tim Ho Wan to join 150 restaurants as part of diversified dining offering



(Macao, July 31, 2020) – Sands Resorts Macao is expanding its dining options, including brands new to Macao, allowing guests to enjoy a wide array of culinary concepts. The popular brands Tai Er, Hiro by Hiroshi Kagata, Hiro Ramen, 828 Cafe, and Tim Ho Wan will arrive in the second half of 2020.

Investment in these next-generation restaurants, part of the new wave of food culture popularised through social media, demonstrates Sands Resorts Macao’s commitment to introducing the widest variety of dining choice. With Macao designated as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy by UNESCO, there has never been a better time to explore Sands Resorts Macao’s award-winning array of great restaurants.

Sands® Cotai Central
Tai Er: Macao’s first branch of the Tai Er restaurant chain, founded in 2015, is an innovative internet dining trendsetter that focuses on its famous signature dish – delicious Chinese sauerkraut-style fish. Boneless and fat-free perch fillets are marinated under strict conditions to guarantee the tantalising flavour.

Tim Ho Wan: Famed for its superb quality and affordably priced cuisine, this Michelin-starred dim sum chain opened its The Venetian® Macao outlet in 2019 to great acclaim and will launch a Sands Cotai Central store in 2020. Diners will find classics including steamed dumplings, spring rolls, Tim Ho Wan’s signature baked barbeque pork buns and much more.

The Venetian Macao
Hiro by Hiroshi Kagata: Hiro is a vibrant and entertaining Japanese restaurant where guests can watch culinary craftsmen preparing sushi, sashimi, tempura, robatayaki and teppanyaki. Fresh, seasonal ingredients are directly flown into Macao from Japan several times a week.

Hiro Ramen: Hiro Ramen tells the tale of the legendary “Hiro” who travelled across Japan on a quest to create the finest bowl of ramen. A cool and entertaining space to dine, guests can enjoy designing their own bowls of ramen by selecting their choice of soup base, meat and condiments. Noodles are freshly made daily using a thick and delicious broth.

828 Cafe: A classic Hong Kong/Macao style teahouse, 828 Cafe serves famous items such as the Macanese pork chop bun and Hong Kong style French toast, as well as delicious sandwiches, pasta, cakes and beverages, in an authentic and attractive environment.

With over 150 international restaurants, Sands Resorts Macao offers visitors the widest selection of quality dining. For more information, please visit https://en.sandsresortsmacao.com/.

 
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Sands Cotai Central – Tai Er

                 The Venetian Macao – North

Sands Cotai Central - Tim Ho Wan

                 Sands Macao – Golden Court

The Venetian Macao – Hiro by Hiroshi Kagata

                 The Venetian Macao – North

The Venetian Macao – 828 Cafe

 

Photo caption: Sands Resorts Macao is to expand its dining options in the second half of 2020, including brands new to Macao.