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Located within the glitzy MGM Grand Macau, facing the Portuguese style façades along the hotel's "Grande Praça", Aux Beaux Arts serves homey, authentic French cuisine in a lovely environment.
The dining hall somewhat resembles a Parisian brasserie, with high ceiling, plenty of dark wood and crisp white tablecloths on the tables, and although it is relatively large, it's quite elegant and far from being noisy.
The ambience is very pleasant and certainly not as stuffy and formal as in some of these snobby French restaurants... As a matter of fact, it is not uncommon to see families with kids here, alongside the much expected romantic couples...
Inspired by Michelin-star chef Philippe Marc, the menu consists of authentic brasserie-style dishes that are not short of calories, but are full of body and taste.
The kitchen uses the best and freshest ingredients on the market and the food is cooked over low heat: A technique that is used to retain the original flavor of the ingredients...
Signature dishes include Sirloin steak with café de paris butter, US prime beef cheeks with onions and mushrooms braised slowly in Burgundy wine, Risotto with pan seared scallop, bell pepper sauce and chorizo chips, Foie gras terrine with apricot vanilla chutney and warm brioche and Pan seared duck liver with red wine poached pear, roasted almonds and ginger bread...
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Prices are not too high for this level of restaurant: Anywhere between MOP$ 450 - MOP$ 700 for a full a-la-carte dinner, excluding wine or alcohol
Open daily for dinner (from as early as 6 pm)
MGM Grand Macau, Phone: 8802 8888