Zi Yat Heen at Four Seasons Hotel Macao Recognised at 2021 Black Pearl Restaurant Guide Awards
Zi Yat Heen at Four Seasons Hotel Macao received a One-Diamond rating at the Meituan Dianping 2021 Black Pearl Restaurant Guide Award Ceremony held in Yangzhou, Jiangsu on March 26, 2021. The Black Pearl is not only a restaurant guide, but explores and promotes the Chinese culinary culture, and the development of China’s dining industry.
“This coveted award is testament to the team’s commitment in maintaining a high standard despite a challenging year. A big thank you to every member of this outstanding team, Chef Charles Cheung and David Wong, our Restaurant Director for their dedication and leadership,” says Vikram Reddy, Regional Vice President and General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Macao.
“We are so excited to receive the diamond rating and will continue to strive for excellence in every dish we serve to our guests,” says Chef Charles Cheung, Executive Chinese Chef.
In celebration to this recognition, Chef Charles and his team are presenting a sumptuous Black Pearl Set Menu that includes Zi Yat Heen deluxe appetisers; double-boiled morel mushrooms, chicken, conpoy and sea whelk; steamed garoupa fillet with egg white, hua diao wine; braised lobster fillet with bean curd, minced pork in chilli sauce; braised Inaniwa noodles with assorted fungus; and cream of almond, sea moss, egg white for dessert. In addition, the sommelier has selected four premium wines for pairing.
Limited sets are available exclusively from March 26, 2021. It is priced at MOP 1,480 per person with an additional MOP 298 to include wine pairing. For reservations, call (853) 2881-8818 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Chef Charles Cheung
A native Cantonese who possesses more than 40 years of experience with Chinese cuisine, Chef Cheung’s passion for cooking was sparked early on at home. At 17, he honed his culinary skills while working in the finest Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong, and his passion grew into an obsession to showcase the best of the cuisine. Chef Cheung then took up a key role at East Ocean Gourmet Group, a well-established culinary legend in Hong Kong, where he met his mentor – master of Cantonese cuisine Chef Chung Kam, and it was then that Chef Cheung developed further appreciation for the heritage of exquisite Cantonese cuisine. With his wealth of experience, Chef Cheung has been mesmerising guests at Zi Yat Heen of Four Seasons Hotel Macao, with refined Cantonese classics that stay true to the essence of the cuisine.
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