The Golden Flower is a Forbes travel Guide’s Five-Star awarded Chinese fine-dining restaurant. The dining hall resonates the Chinese Qing dynasty with its artistic décor. The 2-Michelin Star restaurant is widely acclaimed for its rich history and for celebrating the traditions of China in its interior design and also in the cuisine as you sense the authentic flavors of China in each and every dish. Some of the signature dishes at the Golden Flower that you really can’t miss out are the Braised Jinshan shark’s fin in supreme chicken broth, Imperial dessert along with many other more.

The menu is certainly a tad expensive when you compare with other restaurants, but there is a wide range of favorites to choose from including many Tan, Lu and Sichuan inspired dishes. When you want to dine like royalty, then there cannot be a better place than Golden Flower. Set amidst an opulent setting adorned by beautiful silk lanterns and amazing mosaic flooring, the restaurant serves some of the best Tan Cuisine in Macau.

The restaurant also comprises of a tea lounge that was originally inspired by the Peacock Room, designed by the renowned designer James McNeill Whistler and currently at display in Washington DC. The staff at the Golden Flower also pose with a striking silver uniform designed by Rene Ozorio that largely complements the Chinese inspired décor. And the extravagance doesn’t stop there as the exclusive tableware was conceptualized and designed by Hong Kong designer Alan Chan.

Q In the Kitchen

Chef Liu Guo Zhou is one of the celebrated Chinese Chefs around and his experience in the culinary industry span for four decades and has trained many young chefs in the traditional Chinese recipes including the Tan, Lu and Sichuan cuisines. He spent almost 20 years at the Beijing Hotel where he has served many celebrities and highly decorated personalities including the Queen of England, Celebrated Chinese leader Deng Xiao Ping etc. He also served as the executive chef at the Beijing Grand Hotel and also likes to share his culinary knowledge with aspiring young chefs and also worked as a Chief instructor at the Chinese Culinary Institute of Hong Kong.

Chef Liu Guo Zhu possesses an extensive knowledge in the traditional cuisine and especially the Tan Cuisine and always strives hard to impart his knowledge to the upcoming chefs by training his apprentices with the importance of the Tan Cuisine. Hence, you can say that the Kitchen was more of the learning environment than just a Chinese Kitchen.

Q Awards and Achievements

- Michelin Guide Hong Kong - Macau 2018: Two Stars ☆☆

Q The Menu

- 8 course Classic menu: MOP 2'280+
- 8 course Traditional Northern style menu: MOP 1'280+

Q Dress code, children and other policies.

Dress Code: elegant. Please refrain from wearing caps, sleeveless shirts and open-toe shoes. Full-length trousers are required for gentlemen.

Age Limit: children age 5 or above are welcome.

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  • Tuesday18:00 - 22:30
  • Wednesday18:00 - 22:30
  • Thursday18:00 - 22:30
  • Friday18:00 - 22:30
  • Saturday11:30 - 14:3018:00 - 22:30
  • Sunday11:30 - 14:3018:00 - 22:30

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  • Meals served:Lunch, Dinner
  • Cuisine Style:Northern Chinese

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