Wynn Palace Macao Successfully Hosted Restaurants Event
Macau (Macao SAR) – March 29, 2019 – (travelindex.com) – Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace hosted the 50BestTalks forums, The Chef’s Feast and the Awards Ceremony in Macao. An influential group of more than 300 leaders in the restaurant industry across Asia cast their votes and revealed the winners of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants at Wynn Palace.
For the first time, Wing Lei Palace earned a place on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Helmed by award-winning Executive Chef Tam Kwok Fung, Wing Lei Palace is renowned for serving authentic Cantonese dishes with an innovative flair.
Macao will also get soon their own, dedicated restaurant guide, the Top 25 Restaurants Guide on Macao, the World’s First Restaurant Guide based on AI, enhanced by culinary experts. This will be the first global restaurant guide dedicated to fine dining in Macau.
Beyond the awards ceremony, Wynn Macau played host to Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants’ #50BestTalks forum, where leading chefs and culinary professionals shared their insights around the theme – Vital Ingredients. These thought-provoking sessions explored the latest industry trends regarding sustainability, inclusiveness, equal opportunities, and diversity. Wynn also took the opportunity to weave the hot topic of sustainability into forum intervals, lunch and the awards ceremony after party with innovative snacks that were sustainably created. The Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace culinary teams work closely with sustainable farms and fisheries, and throughout the event, they showed that it is possible to present dishes of the highest quality, while also sourcing responsibly.
Beyond sourcing a variety of premium ingredients, our team of chefs have searched the world to carefully select natural ingredients that are truly sustainable such as Mangalica pork from the Hungarian Szomor’s Eco Farm, Irish Dexter beef and coral grouper from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, with the goal to balancing the world’s ecology and protecting the earth.
Wynn Macau also partnered with Macau’s celebrated culinary artists – Anthony Sousa Tam of ROOT; Florida Alves of La Famiglia; Raymond Vong of Henri’s Galley and Eileen Stow of Lord Stow’s Bakery. Together, they presented The Chef’s Feast, which showcased authentic Macanese and Portuguese dishes. This event was specially designed for guests to experience the unique blend of Chinese and Western cultures in Macau and to present this city’s rich and diverse food culture.
First published at TravelCommunication.net