Sheraton Grand Macao launched its new venue, The Conservatory, an eclectic food and beverage venue containing three distinct experiences – a Cantonese restaurant and tea room, a candy and confectionery store and a British pub and restaurant.
The Conservatory draws inspiration from London’s classical architecture and contemporary urban lifestyle, with food and beverages available at any time during the day. The Tea Room offers grab-and-go from breakfast till late, while Three Bottles is a Londonesque pub and restaurant and Chaan, a nostalgic Cantonese kitchen serves noodles and dumplings. The Sweet Shop is a sugar lover’s paradise with traditional British-inspired sweets, cakes and lollies, perfect for occasions and gift-giving.
The menus have been designed to create a harmonious connection between the three experiences, enabling guests to satisfy their cravings whether for traditional Cantonese fare, western classics, sweet confections or a crafted cocktail. The shared space with cuisines from the East and West is ideal for intimate gatherings amongst family and friends.
A contemporary take on British tradition, The Conservatory also serves an Afternoon Tea set daily. Savoury delights include the house-smoked salmon and tuna tartare, poached chicken and seared foie gras puff followed with the classic British summer sweets such as Summer Berry Pudding and Strawberry Charlotte Royale, a wickedly rich dessert of genoise sponge cake, strawberry bavarois and jelly. Guests can also indulge in different “Cream Tea” sets featuring a selection of English scones and delectable cakes for the perfect accompaniment to their coffee or tea selections.
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