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The Hong Kong and Macau Attractions Pass can save you a lot of money when visiting the cities' numerous attractions and sights.


Perched on the 11th floor of the swanky Altira Macau, Ying serves what can be described as creative Cantonese cuisine, using truly quality ingredients and more than a pinch of talent to elevate the familiar Cantonese classics to new heights and provide its patrons a lovely dining experience. 


The restaurant boasts a classic-contemporary décor that combines touches of Chinese old elegance with mostly modern style… Pleasant and relaxed ambience, semi-private corners for those who seek some privacy, and floor-to-ceiling windows through which you can marvel the stunning views of Macau town and the mighty bridges.  


Recommended dishes include  Shark’s Fin and Seafood Dumpling in SoupCrispy Pork BellyRoasted Goose with Plum DipLobster Rolls in Spicy Prawn Soup with LemongrassSteamed Rice Rolls filled with Beef and Chinese Herbs

Braised Abalone and Chicken with RiceFried Rice with Minced Beef and Lettuce in Oyster Sauce  and  Stir-fried Vermicelli with Crab Meat and Egg White.


Prices are not too steep for a five-star hotel restaurant: A full a-la-carte dinner should be around MOP 300-400 (excluding wine and beverages)


Open daily for lunch and dinner


11/F Altira Macau, Avenida de Kwong Tung, Taipa                Phone: 8803 6600