Featured image: Australian Wagyu beef fillet with romanesco broccolini, potato galette, morel mushroom and white truffle
The Manor at The St. Regis Macao presents a limited-edition six-course menu of exquisite culinary fare featuring the rich, earthy flavors of white and black truffles from Italy until the end of November. Crafted by Executive Sous Chef, Michele Dell’ Aquila, the special “Diamonds of the Kitchen” six-course set dinner menu sparkles with a selection of dishes showcasing the finest white and black truffles from Piedmont.
Highlights of the “Diamonds of the Kitchen” menu include Blackmore Waygu Beef MS9 carpaccio served with umeshu and yuzu jelly, foie gras torchon and dressed with shavings of white truffle, as well as a choice of classic northern Italian comfort food–house-made egg tagliolini with Bordier butter, porcini mushroom, and white truffle or Acquerello risotto with gold foil, artichoke, Japanese mushroom, and white truffle. For something more substantial, the “Diamonds of the Kitchen” menu offers Guinea fowl breast glazed with spices, served with salt-baked French carrots and black truffles, followed by an Australian wagyu beef fillet with Romanesco broccolini, potato galette, morel mushroom, and white truffle.
For dessert, Domori Sur Del Lago is a dark chocolate lover’s paradise, served with bitter cacao crumble and Piedmont hazelnut chantilly cream, and marks the perfect ending to the dining experience. Guests can elevate their dining experience further with a specially curated wine pairing menu that features a carefully selected range of premium wines from Italy, which includes the famous Barolo wine from Piedmont, designed to bring out the decadent flavors of the truffles in the dishes.
Truffles are some of the rarest and most expensive foods in the world. The highly sought-after white truffles were sourced from Alba, a picturesque town in northwestern Italy known as the white truffle capital of the world, and are available for just a few months each year during fall. Black truffles grow in several countries across the world, but one of the most sought-after varieties are only found in the mountainous regions of central and northern Italy, including the ones on offer at The Manor.
When: 6:00pm–11:00pm, from now till November 29, 2020
How much: MOP $1,588 per person or MOP $1,988 per person with the paired wine package