Wishlisted by Cheryl Ng
3 Michelin stars and highly recommended for Dim Sum by Chef Olivier Elzer @elzouille ! Must try.
Chinese · Michelin Guide · Three Michelin Stars 2017 · Three Michelin Stars 2018 · Themed Interiors · Designed for Luck · Romance · Special Occasion · Valet Parking (Paid) · Little Luxury · Date Night · Attention to Detail · Recommended - Good Food · Big Awards · Conveniently Located · Famous · Attentive Staff · For Two · Handicap-Friendly · Small Groups · Solo · Splurge
Open today: 11:30-14:30, 18:30-22:30
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Avenida de Lisboa N.o 2-4, Grand Lisboa Hotel 2nd Floor, Macau
3 years ago
They really customize each dim sum pretty well. It’s very outstanding. They do something a bit more than Lung King Heen. It’s in the Lisboa Hotel. Everybody does the bao, but they do it shaped like a hedgehog—and they do it half crispy, half moist. Hargao they make into a goldfish. Their whole entrance is goldfish. I really like the theme. There is a beautiful dim sum, it looks like a handbag, it’s pork floss with pastry. Abalone Puff Pastry. That is my favorite one!
4 years ago
The Eight is one of chef Robuchon’s go-to’s for Chinese cuisine. It inspired the gourmet artist to pay attention to the small details in food, particularly the combinations of different textured ingredients—a concept he later employed in his own kitchens. A testament to its authenticity, the first and only three Michelin-starred Chinese fine dining establishment is a frequent haunt of locals. Admire the opulent interiors, which draws inspiration from traditional elements such as goldfish and the number eight to signify energy and wealth, respectively. Take a seat, and enjoy a mix of Cantonese and Huaiyang dishes—including executive chef Joseph Tse’s signature suckling pig is a must! Book a table for lunch to drown in the restaurant’s plethora of creatively shaped dim sum.
4 years ago
The first, and only Chinese restaurant awarded three Michelin stars in Macau, The Eight serves a plethora of artfully created Dim Sum. Enjoy hedgehog-shaped steamed Char Siu Bao (叉烧包, Cantonese for “steamed barbecue pork-filled bun”) or Har Gow (蝦餃, Cantonese for “shrimp dumpling”) that resembles a gold fish for a playful yet delectable meal. Must-eat mains at The Eight include the Steamed Crab with Ginger and Chinese Wine, Stir-fried Australian Lobster with Egg, and chef Joseph Tse’s signature Suckling Pig. Delight in the pageant of flavors in the grand Alan Chan-designed space, that takes inspiration from the Chinese elements of gold and the number eight, representing wealth and luck respectively.
5 months ago
Hand-pulled noodles and a rich broth taste of the soup, I truly love the classic Chinese beef noodles in this restaurant.
10 months ago
I found myself trying my luck in getting a free table every time I visit this place. The stars aligned this day when I was finally able to enjoy these yumminess in all their meaty goodness! Can’t wait to go back! 🥳🙏🏻
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