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The Kitchen: A roller coaster ride

With our lunch at The Kitchen, we have finally tried all the restaurants we are interested in at the Lisboa hotels. We were here for the steaks, and both went for the USDA Prime Sirloin Executive Lunch set. I’ve read from some blogger that this is the default place to go for steaks in Macau – high praise indeed, so our hopes were high. We were seated with good view of the oven, which unlike what some might have thought,…

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Guincho a Galera: The choice of tempo is crucial

‘Tis the time around Valentine”s Day, when restaurants show no hesitation in doubling their dinner prices and no remorse in serving only one set dinner menu that more likely than not include only fancy dishes that are neither their signature nor their specialty. Foie gras here and truffles there, and let”s bump the price! But being there for the food, we had no intention of falling into such traps. Fortunately, the normal degustation dinner menu is available for lunch at…

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The Pierside: No fish pier nearby, but who cares when the lobsters are good?

Having had two rather mediocre, yet un-cheap, meals in Macau, we were in need of a good dinner. Fortunately we had a reservation for dinner at Pierside – we feared it would be difficult to secure a table had we not book, and that proved to be right. They were quite fully booked for the night. The shop is located near Piccolo pizzaria on Davis Street, where the old Bistronomique shop used to be. The shop maintained the high floor…

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