ResortsThe integrated resort operator receives seven Michelin stars across four restaurants in Macau.

Melco continues star-studded Michelin run

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Melco Resorts & Entertainment maintains its status as one of Macau’s integrated resort operators with the highest number of Michelin-stars.
Melco Resorts & Entertainment maintains its status as one of Macau’s integrated resort operators with the highest number of Michelin-stars. Photo Credit: Melco Resorts & Entertainment

Results of the 14th Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2022 was unveiled recently on 19 January, and of the 15 restaurants recognised, nearly a third belongs to Melco Resorts & Entertainment — which took seven stars for four of its signature restaurants.

City of Dreams’ Jade Dragon maintains its three stars, held since 2019. The Cantonese fine dining restaurant earned its first star in 2014, where Michelin writes that its "head chef has a passion for recipes deeply rooted in Cantonese traditions, but jazzed up with modern techniques and exotic ingredients from around the world".

Alain Ducasse at Morpheus has also maintained its two stars, for the fourth consecutive year. The restaurant at City of Dreams redefines French gastronomy with a contemporary take, and sources from small-scale farms and line-caught fish.

Studio City’s Pearl Dragon continues to hold its one star, given since 2017. The Cantonese restaurant serves up refined provincial Chinese flavours, and a tea counter offering more than 50 premium leaves.

Also serving up Cantonese cuisine is Ying at Altira, which holds its one star also since 2017. Apart from its signature flambéed Iberico char siu, the restaurant's seaside location also makes it a favoured spot to catch Macau's annual firework displays.

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