Wynn Macau's newest and most ambitious restaurant, Golden Flower

After a successful two-year search for mainland China‘s best chefs, an exhaustive multi-million renovation, and months of culinary research, Wynn Macau launches Golden Flower, its most ambitious and exclusive restaurant to date. Set in an opulent and exclusive dining room, Golden Flower celebrates the life of the historic Cantonese Qing dynasty official Tan Zongjun with the authentic flavours of China’s interior – Tan, Lu (Shandong), and Sichuan. Signature dishes include braised Jinshan shark’s fin in supreme chicken broth, Imperial dessert and many more.

Tan Zongjun inspired several generations of chefs to uphold the traditions of Tan Cuisine, including Golden Flower’s very own Chinese Executive chef Liu Guo Zhu, who worked for more than a decade in the same kitchen as a chef from the original Tan household.  Master Liu, who heads Golden Flower and oversees Wynn Macau’s entire Chinese kitchen operations, was discovered during Wynn Macau’s exhaustive two-year search for China’s best Mainland Chinese chefs.

Comments (1)

  1. irene says:

    Now this is a restaurant i would love to try apart from the fact it is in Macau a lovely place and only an hour by hydrofoil from hong kong but a world away (it is very portuguese in style and its bakeries do the most amazing portuguese custard tarts – yum)the food i think would be stunning and a real experience.

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