Robuchon au Dôme
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.