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Year of Dog dining in Macao

Jan 17. 2018
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By The Nation

The St Regis Macao Hotel Cotai Central, with its popular restaurants and patisseries, will participate in Chinese New Year festivities next month by creating auspicious delicacies to bring diners good fortune during the Year of the Dog.

The Manor restaurant engages in luxurious celebrations with its New Year Treasures Set Dinner, representing six benevolent wishes. A plate of Hamachi sashimi in spicy orange oil and pork and prawn dumplings with truffle XO sauce will offer good luck and prosperity. 

Harmony, good luck and longevity are provided by Grilled Scottish Scallops with sealettuce butter, honey, Soyglazed Roasted Cod Fillet with champagne sauce, and Kobe Wagyu Beef Sirloin with truffle mash and French tarragonbutter emulsion. The dinner concludes with a fluffy Threemilk Cake with pistachio and raspberry for peace. 

The hotel also presents Exceptional Poon Choi, a private menu for families and friends. The large casserole of extraordinary ingredients will give the New Year a luxurious start.

Priced at 1,088 Macao pounds (Bt4,317) for two, Poon Choi offers traditional delicacies such as South African abalone, sea cucumber, dried scallops, dried oysters with mushrooms and sea moss, and braised pig’s tongue. 

Those seeking special gifts for loved ones can purchase the Prosperous Hamper and Gift Set, featuring traditional new year cakes, dried longan, homemade sauce, dried scallops, canned South African abalone and Japanese sake for 2,988 pounds. The hampers are available until February 15. 

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