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The Manor at The St. Regis Macao presents the “Diamonds of the Kitchen” six-course Alba white truffle menu to delight guests with the earthy and woodsy flavors of this rare gem. Known as the “diamond of the kitchen”, the white truffle is a precious ingredient with limited production around the world. The intensely flavored white truffle needs to be espoused with delicate ingredients to bring out the best of its flavors. Executive sous chef Michele Dell’ Aquila takes guests on an aromatic six-course truffle journey curated with seasonal ingredients from Italy. The entire menu has been created to elegantly showcase the highly sought-after white truffles from Alba, the picturesque town in northwestern Italy. Known as the white truffle capital of the world, they are available for just a few months each year in Fall.
Chef Michele invites guests to celebrate fall in Italy with his six-course white truffle menu featuring exotic ingredients such as a wild game, chestnuts, and mushrooms, all topped with generous shavings of Alba white truffles. Entice the taste buds with Brittany lobster, burrata and tomato with truffle caviar, chestnut ravioli in truffle consommé, Rhug estate smoked wild roe deer Acquerello risotto with truffle crutin cheese, Mediterranean turbot baked in a cocoa crust with Calvisius Oscietra royal caviar, slow-cooked french partridge dressed with alba white truffle or Japanese Akaushi A5 sirloin with bordelaise truffle sauce and Valrhona Manjari chocolate with chestnut confit and truffle ice cream.
Guests can elevate their dining experience further with a specially curated wine pairing menu featuring premium wines from Italy, designed to accentuate the decadent flavors of the truffles.
When: Daily, 6:00pm–11:00pm, Now till December 31, 2021
How much: MOP $1,888 per person or MOP $2,688 (with wine pairing)
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