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    Brunch, Buffet Breakfast, Chinese Breakfast, English Breakfast

Churchill’s Table Macau is a distinguished and luxurious dining establishment that pays tribute to the timeless elegance and refined taste of Sir Winston Churchill, one of history’s most iconic figures. Situated within a prestigious resort in Macau, this exclusive restaurant offers a captivating ambiance, impeccable service, and a menu that showcases the finest ingredients and culinary craftsmanship.

Upon entering Churchill’s Table Macau, guests are enveloped in an atmosphere of sophistication and nostalgia. The interior design reflects the grandeur of a bygone era, featuring rich mahogany furnishings, plush leather seating, and subtle nods to Churchill’s legacy throughout the space. Vintage photographs, memorabilia, and artistic elements create an immersive environment that allows guests to immerse themselves in the spirit of Churchill’s remarkable life.

The menu at Churchill’s Table Macau is a culinary journey inspired by the gastronomic preferences and indulgent tastes of Sir Winston Churchill. Drawing on the finest ingredients sourced from around the world, the chefs skillfully create dishes that blend traditional British cuisine with contemporary flair. From succulent cuts of prime meat and expertly cooked seafood to innovative vegetarian options, each dish is a masterpiece that tantalizes the taste buds and satisfies even the most discerning palates.

To complement the exceptional culinary offerings, Churchill’s Table Macau boasts an extensive selection of wines, carefully curated to pair harmoniously with the flavors on offer. From renowned vintages to rare and exclusive labels, the sommeliers are on hand to guide guests through a memorable wine experience, ensuring that every sip enhances the overall dining journey.

The attentive and knowledgeable staff at Churchill’s Table Macau provide impeccable service, attending to every detail and ensuring that each guest’s needs are met with utmost care. Their expertise, combined with the restaurant’s refined ambiance, creates an inviting and intimate atmosphere that is ideal for special occasions, celebrations, or an indulgent night out.

Beyond its culinary excellence, Churchill’s Table Macau offers a private and exclusive dining room, aptly named “The Churchill Room.” This exquisite space provides an intimate setting for guests to enjoy an elevated dining experience, complete with personalized service and a dedicated menu tailored to individual preferences.

Churchill’s Table Macau is a destination for those who appreciate the art of fine dining, impeccable service, and an ambiance that evokes the spirit of a legendary figure. Whether you are a fan of Sir Winston Churchill or simply seeking an extraordinary gastronomic experience, a visit to this distinguished restaurant promises an unforgettable journey into the world of elegance, exceptional cuisine, and timeless sophistication.




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419 reviews
  • nir4a
    a month ago

    The hotel is very nice, the rooms and room service are very good. Being in a premium member section, had lots of benefits in their dining area. The food though isn’t compatible with the latest western food trends. All food is fried or steamed, no decent fresh veggies options. I have been there for a week and was conscious of the fact i probably poison myself. Chicken breast? Forget it, they only serve chicken parts full of bones and skin. I don’t get it. Tap water is horrible, couldn’t even brush my teeth with it. Foul taste! I think it’s not the fault of this particular hotel, it’s just the water in the area. But a 5 star hotel could install decent filters or do something about this. At least i had no problem with bottled supplies of water in the room.

  • yusuf mohideen
    yusuf mohideen
    3 weeks ago

    Compared to the Venetian and Parisian, I liked this one the least because the designs were minimal and also more advertisement based. There was the luxurious carriage in the middle of the mall along with typical decorations you would expect to see in UK’s national celebrations. There were also statues of notable British people and their plaques with writings of their accomplishments and such.

  • Anthony Loh
    Anthony Loh
    5 months ago

    This was the worst check in experience in my life. We arrived at 3.15 pm and a lot of guests was waiting for check in. We had waited in the queue until 5.30 pm but still a long way to go. We decided to attend our dinner appointment at 6 pm and came be later. Hopefully it would be less people in the queue. We came back at 8.15 pm after our dinner and still same or more guests waiting for check in. I had my mum at age 88 who needed a break and she had not had a break for the whole day. I asked the guy who controlled the queue and explained to him that my mum needed to go to our room and we had waited for a long time and it most likely would take another 3 hours before we could go to our room. The guy said it was no way to get my mum in priority although I had beg him for awhile. I had tried to get my mum to sit down somewhere in the hotel lobby and could not find a chair anywhere. I had no choice but put her in the casino area which we were not the only one there for same reason. I went back at the end of the queue and took me until 11 pm for my room keys (one worked and another key didn't). I told the check in staff that his manager should be here to see how bad was the situation and did you expect your guests to wait for more than 5 hours on check in our room. The hotel suppose to be for people to release and rest and it made us feel very tired. Can you imagine that my mum at her age needed to wait for 5 hours before heading to her room. We were so disappointed that the staff didn't offer any help for elderly and small kids family and there were very tired and could not go to the bed. The hotel offered us late check out but it didn't benefit us at all because we had another appointment to 10.30 am in Macau which we had to checked out anyway. I went back to the lobby about midnight and tried to get my other room key fix, found there were at least 75 to 100 guested still waiting to check in. I won't stay in this hotel any more no matter how much it will be. You won't get any service and waste your time. I was supposed to take my mum for a short relax trip and ended up with a terrible experience. I will officially send a complaint letter to Sheraton Hotel Group and get them to view at the issue we had encountered. Most important, no staff was offering any assistance to elderly and small kids family at all.

  • Keane Wee
    Keane Wee
    3 months ago

    A very fancy place with a casino and hotel. There are many clothing stalls, food options to choose from. I would highly recommend going to The Cheesecake Factory. Overall, a great place to go if you’re too poor to go to London lol👌

  • Federico Martinez
    Federico Martinez
    3 months ago

    My recent stay at The Londoner Macao was an unforgettable experience that transported me to the heart of London with its exquisite British-themed ambiance. This luxury hotel and resort, located in Macao, seamlessly blends classic British charm with modern elegance, creating a truly exceptional getaway. From the moment I stepped into the grand lobby, I was greeted by a warm and inviting atmosphere. The attention to detail was impeccable, with iconic British elements incorporated throughout the hotel's design. The staff, dressed in traditional British attire, provided exceptional service and made me feel like a valued guest from the start. The rooms at The Londoner Macao were a perfect blend of sophistication and comfort. Elegantly decorated, they exuded a sense of understated luxury. Every aspect, from the plush bedding to the modern amenities, was thoughtfully designed to ensure a relaxing and enjoyable stay. The attention to detail was evident, with subtle nods to London's iconic landmarks adding to the overall charm of the room. Dining at The Londoner Macao was a culinary delight. The hotel offers a diverse range of dining options, from traditional British fare to international cuisine, satisfying even the most discerning palate. I particularly enjoyed the classic afternoon tea experience, complete with delicate finger sandwiches, scones, and a selection of fine teas. The attention to detail in both the presentation and taste of the food was truly exceptional. The Londoner Macao also boasts a wide range of entertainment and leisure facilities. From the vibrant casino to the luxurious spa and wellness center, there is something to cater to every preference. I indulged in a relaxing spa treatment and found it to be the perfect way to unwind and rejuvenate. What sets The Londoner Macao apart is its commitment to providing a comprehensive British experience. The attention to detail extends beyond the décor and cuisine, with live performances, themed events, and an overall atmosphere that transports guests to the vibrant streets of London. In summary, The Londoner Macao offers an exceptional and immersive experience that captures the essence of British charm and luxury. The attention to detail, impeccable service, and world-class amenities make it a standout destination in Macao. Whether you're seeking a romantic getaway, a luxurious retreat, or simply a taste of British elegance, The Londoner Macao is the perfect choice. Prepare to be enchanted by its remarkable blend of hospitality and British sophistication.

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Opening Hours

  • Monday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Tuesday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Wednesday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Thursday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Friday 07:00 - 10:30
  • Saturday 07:00 - 11:00
  • Sunday 07:00 - 11:00