A selection of rare ingredients from the sea is now featured on the ocean-inspired eight-course “Stories of the Sea” set dinner menu, exclusive to The Manor at The St. Regis Macao until end of June. The team of culinary artisans at The Manor have created a range of limited edition dishes showcasing the finest ingredients from the sea, including Baikal caviar originating from Lake Baikal, one of the oldest and largest freshwater lakes in the world.
The signature dish of the Stories of the Sea menu is the “Glacier 51” toothfish, the mixed Italian spices are carefully spread on top of the skin of the pan-fried toothfish and expertly grilled to perfection until the skin slightly crisps, and is served together with Cloudy Bay clams cooked with butter and white wine. The “Glacier 51” toothfish is sustainably sourced from the deep, icy waters around Heard Island in the sub-Antarctic region of the Indian Ocean, more than 4,000 kilometres from the Australian mainland.
The limited “Stories of the Sea” eight-course set dinner menu features special dishes include Daniel Sorlut Oyster with Baikal caviar, Hokkaido sea urchin with ocean trout roe, red carabineros prawn blinis, squash soup with codfish fish maw and black truffle, Spanish octopus in char siu-style, and a Pont L’eveque cheese by Yves Bordier with marzipan cake, and yogurt sponge with yuzu sorbet and fish chip to round off the entire voyage.
Optional paired beverage packages featuring the finest French champagne and a range of wines from some of the best wine growing regions of the world, are also available and have been designed specifically to highlight the freshness of the sea ingredients and enhance the flavor experience.
When: 6:00pm–11:00pm, May 6–June 30, 2019
How much: 8-course set dinner – MOP $888 per person, MOP $1,288 with wine pairing
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