Situated on the 51st floor of The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, Lai Heen is the highest Chinese restaurant in Macau, commanding fantastic views all around. As a One Star Michelin restaurant, it exemplifies the finest degree of craftsmanship and highest service standards in luxury Cantonese dining. In addition to the refined atmosphere provided by the main dining area, there are five private and elegant dining rooms ideal for intimate and celebratory occasions. Lai Heen signature dishes including Pan-seared Superior Bird’s Nest with Crab Meat, Deep-fried Codfish Fillet with Crispy Garlic and Stewed Prawns with Port Wine Sauce in Casserole.
Stewed Prawns with Port Wine Sauce in Casserole is another highlight. Chef Jackie has given it fresh new twists by substituting Vietnam prawns and adding a dash of sweet Portuguese wine in honor of Macau.
Pan-seared Superior Bird’s Nest with Crab Meat, a marriage of premium Indonesian bird’s nest and fresh, succulent crab, is a prime example of his consummate cooking skills.
Deep-fried Codfish Fillet with Crispy Garlic undoubtedly demonstrates Chef Jackie’s innovation as well as his expertise with fresh seafood.
It was probably the best Chinese restaurant I had ever had in my life. The 'just about service' really impressed me a lot! They give out a nice sense of privacy and at the same time providing an excellent service. The staffs there are all well-trained, with smiles and consideration. Lai Heen is absolutely a highly recommended Chinese restaurant and will definitely revisit! Credit to the staff there- Martin.