This 24-hour all-day dining joint has a menu that spans everything from salads to Portuguese egg tarts, Western burgers and sandwiches to dim sum and Macanese specialties. Noite e Dia, which means Night and Day packs in a broad variety of breakfast options to late night and mid-day snacks. Dishes are all served a la minute, with the exception of the dinner buffet. The roasted pork and charsiu mixed platter – a litus test for Cantonese roasts - is done to perfection, just the right amount of bite, fat and crisp crackling. The meats are full of flavour with none of the greasy aftermath. An all-day set includes a dim sum appetiser, a main course and dessert. The assorted dim sum in the deluxe dim sum platter offers a range of their offerings, all flavourful, though the dumpling skins tend towards thick and doughy. The deep-fried taro shrimp however is worth a separate order on its own. Drinks include various types of Chinese tea and the typical Hong Kong-style milk tea, alongside sodas and fresh juices and a separate wine list that hints at the hotel’s extension fine collection. Service is friendly and caters to the mainly Mandarin-speaking crowd of diners.