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The Huaiyang Garden – Only Newly Awarded Two-Michelin Star Restaurant in Macao in Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau 2024

A recognition of exceptional culinary excellence for this signature Chinese restaurant in Sands Resorts Macao's gastronomic portfolio

(Macao, Mar. 14, 2024) –  The Huaiyang Garden at The Londoner® Macao has been recognised for culinary mastery as the only restaurant in Macao to be newly awarded two Michelin stars. With a second signature Chinese restaurant, Zi Yat Heen at Four Seasons Hotel Macao, retaining its one-star rating, these illustrious awards are the stellar results for the restaurants at Sands Resorts Macao where guests can enjoy exclusive culinary events and once-in-a-lifetime experiences that Sands Lifestyle offers. The inclusion in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau 2024 confirms that both of these notable restaurants are among the best in Macao, a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy.

Three other Sands' restaurants have also received recognition by being included in the Michelin Selected category. Refined Thai restaurant The Mews, contemporary Portuguese restaurant Chiado, and Cantonese restaurant Pin Yue Xuan are all noted for serving exemplary dishes.

Tom Connolly, Senior Vice President of Food and Beverage Operations at Sands China Ltd. said, “We are honoured that The Huaiyang Garden now has two stars and is the only restaurant in Macao to have risen from one star to two and that Zi Yat Heen has been acknowledged again with a star rating in this pre-eminent guide. To be included in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau is testament to the level of excellence at which these restaurants continually and consistently operate. Important awards such as these inspire us to continue to deliver extraordinary dining experiences to our valued guests.”

The Huaiyang Garden, The Londoner Macao Under the guidance of the legendary “Godfather” of Huaiyang cuisine, Celebrity Master Chef, Xiaoyan Zhou, The Huaiyang Garden was awarded its first Michelin star in 2023 soon after opening, and only one year later has been awarded two stars. Considered one of the Four Great Traditions of Chinese cuisine, Huaiyang cuisine is known for its sublime flavours, to which Zhou brings innovation and contemporary plating. Signature dishes at this fine-dining restaurant include the sensational Steamed live crab and minced pork with 20-year-old Huadiao wine, the tender Braised Hokkaido sea cucumber with shrimp roe, and the refined Shredded bean curd with crab meat and egg white in superior broth. Adding to the impeccable dishes and the exemplary service is the stunning Chinese garden inspired interiors.

Zi Yat Heen, Four Seasons Hotel Macao Epicurean artistry is at the heart of The Four Seasons Hotel Macao's Zi Yat Heen, a one-star Michelin Cantonese restaurant with meticulous attention to detail. The culinary team weaves seasonal ingredients into every dish, creating a harmonious blend of tradition and contemporary flair. Each creation is meticulously crafted to surprise and delight the guests’ palates, including the complex Double boiled fish maw with American ginseng soup with coconut and chicken, the decadent Pan-fried Japanese A5 Wagyu beef with Japanese squash and garlic chips, and the flavourful Stir-fried lobster with egg white and Krystal caviar. Complementing this enticing offering is exceptional service and an ambience of comfortable elegance.

To learn more about these distinguished restaurants visit: The Huaiyang Garden and Zi Yat Heen


Photo Caption: Jack Xiao (left), Senior Chef of The Huaiyang Garden at The Londoner Macao and Anthony Ho, Executive Chinese Chef of Four Seasons Hotel Macao at the Michelin Guide Ceremony Hong Kong & Macau 2024.


The Huaiyang Garden,
The Londoner Macao

Zi Yat Heen,
Four Seasons Hotel Macao

Photo Caption: The Huaiyang Garden at The Londoner® Macao has been awarded two Michelin stars, the only newly awarded two star restaurant in Macao, while Zi Yat Heen at Four Seasons Hotel Macao has been awarded one-star in the Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau 2024.