Imperial Court is one of Macau’s culinary crown jewels. It offers a sleek fusion of old and new, serving authentic dishes with a modern, innovative twist. Here, mouthwatering meals come to life in a contemporary Chinese interior.
The menu exemplifies the very best in Cantonese fare, using only the freshest seasonal ingredients. Every detail of each dish, from the exquisitely plated pork dumplings to the delicately stuffed mushrooms inside a baked sea whelk, is deftly handcrafted.
At the heart of the restaurant lies a stunning, ornamental column featuring a masterful carving of a dragon. It’s an auspicious symbol of power and good fortune in Chinese culture. Dragons also take their place as beautiful glass carvings on each table. Translucent chargers cast shades of gold, blue and green on the tablecloths as light passes through them.
Gentlemen are requested not to wear vest, shorts (except for lunch periods), open shoes or guestroom slippers. Ladies are requested not to wear guestroom slippers.
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