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    Brunch, Buffet Breakfast, Chinese Breakfast

Brasserie de Paris Macau is a sophisticated and vibrant culinary destination that brings the charm and flavors of Paris to the bustling city of Macau. Located within one of the city’s prestigious resorts, this exquisite brasserie offers an authentic French dining experience that captivates the senses and transports guests to the streets of the French capital.

Upon entering Brasserie de Paris Macau, guests are greeted by an elegant and refined ambiance that perfectly captures the essence of a traditional Parisian brasserie. The interior design showcases a harmonious blend of classic and contemporary elements, featuring stylish decor, soft lighting, and an inviting atmosphere that encourages relaxation and indulgence.

The menu at Brasserie de Paris Macau showcases a delectable array of French culinary delights prepared with the finest ingredients and meticulous attention to detail. From classic favorites to innovative creations, the dishes pay homage to the rich heritage of French gastronomy. Guests can savor exquisite seafood dishes, succulent cuts of meat, delicate pastries, and an extensive selection of wines that perfectly complement the flavors on offer.

The talented team of chefs at Brasserie de Paris Macau skillfully crafts each dish, infusing it with authentic French flavors and techniques. From the first bite to the last, guests are taken on a culinary journey that showcases the artistry and expertise of French cuisine.

The restaurant’s warm and attentive staff add to the overall dining experience, ensuring that every guest is well taken care of and their needs are met with a genuine smile. Whether you’re seeking an intimate dinner for two, a gathering with friends and family, or a business lunch, Brasserie de Paris Macau offers a refined and welcoming environment that caters to a variety of occasions.

Beyond its gastronomic offerings, Brasserie de Paris Macau also boasts an inviting bar area where guests can unwind and enjoy a selection of expertly crafted cocktails, premium spirits, and fine wines. The bar exudes an ambiance of sophistication, making it an ideal spot to relax and socialize while savoring the flavors of France.

Brasserie de Paris Macau is more than just a restaurant; it is a culinary destination that immerses guests in the elegance, charm, and flavors of Paris. Whether you are a connoisseur of French cuisine or simply seeking a memorable dining experience, Brasserie de Paris Macau promises to transport you to the heart of France, leaving you with a lasting impression of exquisite flavors and impeccable service.




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4,588 reviews
  • Salsabila Assegaff
    Salsabila Assegaff
    2 weeks ago

    Got recomendation from a friend and turn out the place was beautiful. I visited in August and it was scorching. The place is free to visit and you can get beautiful picture here. Really recommend to put on your itinerary when visit Macao.

  • ian suhendra
    ian suhendra
    a month ago

    Nice place, there are a lot of spot for taking instagenic photos here. This place is like a replica of Colosseum Rome. Also the peninsula area is nice to chill with outdoor concept. The surrounding was beautiful, many hotel and restaurant with europe, classic, aesthetic and colorful style. But i think there isn't many thing you can do here right now except taking good picture because there isn't much choise restaurant / food stand / any other entertainment here. Still nice place to visit in Macau.

  • yusuf mohideen
    yusuf mohideen
    2 months ago

    This place is like a replica of Rome’s colloseum but much smaller and I’m assuming they have shows there because there were indeed actual seats there but it wasn’t open for entry when I went. The place looked quite nice as there were a lot of photographers taking pictures of models who were dressed in ancient Roman dresses which I guess they use to make it look like they were actually in Ancient Rome. Other than that, there were also rows of buildings where their architecture is inspired by several European countries like the Netherlands and Portugal. A lot of the stores were closed when we went (March 2023) so I’m not sure how it is now. Apart from that, in general it offers a pretty view of the sea and the bridge connecting Macau and Hong Kong!

  • Nataliia Semenenko
    Nataliia Semenenko
    2 months ago

    This place is beautiful and created to the point of perfection, no doubt. But it feels so fake and without a soul - all these copies of European architecture, ruins etc. It also feels deserted - we were there on Sunday evening, and everything was already either closed or closing, with almost no people around. I think it’s better to check it out during the day - may be people will bring the soul to this fake place.

  • Tat
    2 months ago

    Nice place to walk and take pictures with replicas of houses/ attractions. There seems to be plenty of restaurants but they are never open. This is like a ghost town. Not a single establishment is ever open, we visited at different times on a Sunday and on a Monday. Can’t even buy anything from a vending machine as they only accept Alli pay/ wechat (and you need a Chinese phone number to register with those) so your cash and card are just useless.

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Opening Hours

  • Monday 07:00 - 11:00
  • Tuesday 07:00 - 11:00
  • Wednesday 07:00 - 11:00
  • Thursday 07:00 - 11:00
  • Friday 07:00 - 11:00
  • Saturday 07:00 - 11:00
  • Sunday 07:00 - 11:00