Located on the 51st floor of The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, Lai Heen is the highest Chinese restaurant in Macau, with breathtaking views of Cotai and the city. The restaurant focuses on Cantonese dishes with a flair.
Pan-seared superior bird’s nest with crab meat and deep-fried codfish fillet with crispy garlic are two of their signature dishes, while the sliced beef shank in homemade Sichuan pepper and chili oil and marinated jellyfish head with cucumber in fruit vinegar is also on popular demand. Diners also look for Lai Heen for a wholesome meal of traditional dim sum items such as poached pork dumplings with shrimp, crabmeat, and yamabushitake mushroom in superior broth, or steamed shrimp dumpling with bamboo shoots and asparagus.
Lai Heen boasts a decadent and classy atmosphere, ideal for informal work meetings, family lunches or a romantic date. Lai Heen is a recommended restaurant by the Michelin Guide HK Macau. Lai Heen also features private rooms where big groups can gather and have a more secluded experience.
Opening hours: Tuesday–Friday, 12:00pm–2:30pm and weekends, 11:30am–1:00pm, 1:30pm–3:00pm
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