Vibes updates the Portuguese classics with a Macanese twist. Stringently selected ingredients are interpreted with an Asian element in the traditional recipes, highlighting local culinary techniques. Open from 11:30am to 11:30pm, Vibes is a great place to remember your visit by, whether you dine before a day or sightseeing or a night of partying.
Steak au poivre, moule à la cremèe, galette complète.. you don't have to wait until dinner time to savour the French classics. Like a Parisian café, Brasserie serves some of the French capital's best-known specialties and a taste of joie de vivre all day for your palate's genuine enjoyment.
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Two of the World's most influential cuisines, French and Chinese, come together in an atmospheric experience on the sixth floor of the Parisian Macao's Eiffel Tower. Enjoy the view of sparkling Coati Strip as you savour dainty French interpretations of the Chinese classics, perfectly exemplified by the roasted duck à l'orange and sea crab tartar with garlic and vinegar dressing.
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