Robu­chon au Dôme

Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants (Hong Kong / Macau) - - Editor’s choice -

he level of op­u­lence t hat Robu­chon au Dôme of­fers can of­ten seem tran­scen­dent. Up on the 43rd floor, the apex of the Grand Lis­boa ho­tel, this Ma­cau out­post of the Robu­chon em­pire tow­ers over it s com­pe­ti­tion, lit­er­ally and metaphor­i­cally, when it comes to the height of l ux­ury. There are the dan­ger­ously daz­zling crys­tal chan­de­liers and a wine li st— the best i n Asia for many years r un­ning—that could quite pos­si­bly knock out a man should it fall fr om a tall shelf. The bread cart i s heav­ing with enough rolls, buns and pas­tries to feed a small fam­ily at break­fas­tast for a week; ditto the desserts and mignardisesses trol­leys.

The Robu­chon ex­pe­ri­ence i s full-on, so come with an empty stom­ach and pre­pared t o be pam­pered. From t he mo­ment you re­serve your ta­ble to the mo­ment you exit, the ex­pe­ri­ence is un­likely t o be any­thing but pitch­per­fect.

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