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"The human body depends on the balance of yin and yang."

from the canonical Chinese medical text Huangdi Neijing

Achieving good health by balancing one’s yin and yang energies has been the basis of traditional Chinese medicine. To help boost your energy levels and keep your yin and yang in balance this winter, Galaxy Macau™ presents a nourishing menu developed by revered herbalist Dr Cheong Weng Heng and award-winning chef Simon Tho. 

From now to Feb 8, 2020, we invite you to savor their delicious creations and reap the benefits of 5,000 years of medical wisdom at our selected restaurants.

Dr Cheong Weng Heng

Dr Cheong Weng Heng

Doctor Cheong practices medicine in Macau and is the private doctor of notable Chinese dignitaries. He is Vice Chairman of the Macau Traditional Chinese Medicine Association and Executive Director of Specialty Committee of TCM Psychology of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies.

Chef Simon Tho

Chef Simon Tho

With nearly 30 years of experience, Chef Simon has been an important presence in the culinary world. He was awarded "Best Chef Medal" in the 2014 FHC China International Culinary Arts Competition for his dish "Stir-fried Spotted Grouper with Sea Urchin". Most recently, he has won the "Annual Award for Culinary Contribution" in the China Feast Restaurant Review 2018-2019.

Well-being Dishes

Chilled Drunken Chicken with American Ginseng and Chicken Essence Jelly

Chilled Drunken Chicken with American Ginseng and Chicken Essence Jelly

Mildly bitter ginseng gives this dish a depth of flavor while offering an invigorating boost.

Double Boiled Soup with Conch Meat, Softshell Turtle Cartilage, Deer Tail and Changbai Ginseng

Double Boiled Soup with Conch Meat, Softshell Turtle Cartilage, Deer Tail and Changbai Ginseng

The pairing of nourishing softshell turtle and deer tail strengthens the joints and boosts blood circulation.

Grilled Japanese Pearl Oyster with Fennel, Garlic and Ginger

Grilled Japanese Pearl Oyster with Fennel, Garlic and Ginger

Oysters are good for the skin and blood circulation while fennel, garlic and ginger can aid digestion.

Stewed Abalone and Japanese Sea Cucumber with Snow Chrysanthemum and Tomato

Stewed Abalone and Japanese Sea Cucumber with Snow Chrysanthemum and Tomato

Abalone offers nourishment without upsetting the yin-yang balance. Sea cucumber and snow chrysanthemum add to the uplifting benefits.

Slow Cooked Lamb Shank with Chinese Yam and Angelica Sinensis

Slow Cooked Lamb Shank with Chinese Yam and Angelica Sinensis

Lamb, ginger and angelica sinensis is the golden trio that invigorates your yang. Effective in preventing stiff joints in cold weather.

Stewed Pork Liver and Kidney with Kaoliang Wine and Chinese Wolfberry Leaves

Stewed Pork Liver and Kidney with Kaoliang Wine and Chinese Wolfberry Leaves

Going by the principle of "like nourishes like," pork liver and kidney are selected to provide nourishment to your organs.

Lobster Braised with Brandy with Dendrobium Nobile and Five Grains

Lobster Braised with Brandy with Dendrobium Nobile and Five Grains

The humble dendrobium nobile is in fact a highly effective herb for “clearing excessive heat” and nourishing your yin.

Milk and Ginger Custard with Bird’s Nest

Milk and Ginger Custard with Bird’s Nest

Bird's nest is good for your stomach and liver, and together with milk, helps your skin stay supple in the dry season.

Well-being Set Menu

6-course & 8-course Menu from MOP1,388 per person

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A La Carte Dishes