A man that’s no stranger to hard work, resilience, and change, Chef Andy Ng knows Macau’s gastronomic scene like the back of his hand.
- 16 January, 2018
- by Hannah Estenilo
Chef Edgar Alves has been working for almost a decade in Africa, Denmark and Hong Kong. And recently he joined Grand Lapa Macau.
- 3 January, 2018
- by Raquel Dias
At 8½ Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA Macau you will find Italian cuisine that is not just homey, but is, at the same time, far more than fine dining. Food here is full of soul and character.
- 27 November, 2017
- by Sally Victoria Benson
Chef Christian Garcia is the head chef to Prince Albert II of Monaco. He shares more on his journey and Club des Chefs des Chefs.
- 22 November, 2017
- by Macau Lifestyle
Meet the man behind the exclusive group comprised of talented chefs to the heads of state. Gilles Bragard talks about the humble beginnings of Le Club des Chefs des Chefs as it marks a milestone of four decades this November.
- 26 October, 2017
- by Macau Lifestyle
Chef Andrea Zanella is new to Macau but hardly new to the kitchen, with over 30 years of experience, nearly twenty years of that in Asia. The Italian chef has worked around Europe including Italy, the UK, and Switzerland, and then in Thailand and Malaysia.
- 18 October, 2017
- by Macau Lifestyle
Chef Michael White is set to launch a new branch of his New York City Italian restaurant Marea in Shanghai’s Plaza 66, on the forefront of China’s luxury and lifestyle commercial developments.
- 11 October, 2017
- by Katya Maia
Chef Rolf Fliegauf is undoubtedly one of Europe’s youngest and talented stars of the kitchen. He received his first Michelin star at the early age of 26 and now runs three two-Michelin-starred restaurants in Switzerland.
Here are a few fun things you might not know about the Mid-autumn Festival.
We compiled the most delicious mooncakes available in the city along with the impressive boxes that will delight anyone who receives this special present.
Take a dive into this article and find out what to do to spend your precious time in Macau and maximize it to enjoy the city at its fullest!
September has a slew of dining options to choose from. There’re Michelin starred dégustation menus, dining with fireworks, southern Thai food and more!
Combining ancient wisdom with outstanding culinary flair, Yí guarantees a memorable fine dining experience. Read on to learn more!
Make the most important meal of the day as healthy as possible with this list of the best places for healthy breakfasts in Macau.
If you are not a big fan of lifting weights alone in a gym, check out our list of group workouts in Macau to attend with company!
The Portuguese tavern 3 Sardines opened its doors this summer and has become the talk of the town. Read on to learn why you need to visit!
Beer lovers, we’ve got you covered on this one. Here is our list of best beer places in Macau to hang out while enjoying reasonably priced drinks.
During this time, staying in and limiting the hours outside can help keep you safe and healthy. Here are the best places for food delivery in Macau.
Are you a vintage and history buff? If so, here’s all about one of the most successful businesses of the 20th century in Macau, its firecracker industry!
Many local Macau desserts come with a special ingredient called “history” making them extra special. Try these next time you’re in town!
If you are looking for places to shop for packaging-free, eco-friendly and sustainable items in Macau, here is a good list to embark on your journey.
Senado Building in Senado Square is undoubtedly the central core of Macau. Initially the home of the Macau Senate which was later called “Leal Senado”.
Looking for something different to discover in the city? Explore the lesser travelled paths of Macau to find stunning local street art.
The view from above via drone is certainly different, unique and inspiring. Here are some of the best drone shots of Macau we’ve seen so far!
Where to get fit while dancing to your favorite music? Check out our list of places where to have dance fitness classes in Macau!
One Oasis, located between Taipa and Coloane is away from the noisy heartbeat of the city. Here’s a guide to what to do and eat here.
Discover exciting ingredients and new flavor combinations in Thai cuisine as we put together our favorite Thai spots for you in Macau!
Guia Hill has lots to explore with their lush, green hiking trails. China’s oldest lighthouse and a Catholic church make an appearance too!
Who doesn’t love a steamy bowl of freshly made noodles? To see where you can get the tastiest ones, check our list of the best Chinese noodles in Macau.
Eating smart is the best way to achieve a healthier outlook. These special spots will help you begin a wellness journey when in Macau.
Coffee makes the world go round and even if you don’t fancy it, it definitely brings people together so here are the best coffee shops in Macau!