Mon to Sun, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mon to Sun, 6:00 pm - 10:30 pm
7 rooms for 12-16 persons
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Strawberry and pomelo sago
Stir-fried prawns with crispy rice
Beancurd with pumpkin and mushrooms
Aurora’s fine dining signature Chinese restaurant, Ying, has an opulent feel to it with lots of bright, bold colours, flashy red lanterns and warm carpets. This beautiful designed restaurant has wonderful views of Macau skyline either at lunch or dinner time. There are seven private rooms with seating from ten to twelve, and semi-private seating booths available, which is a nice touch. Altogether Ying offers a traditional Chinese look in a modern setting. The tabletop is impressive with expensive crockery, white-bone china with gold patterned dragon motif, patterned tan tablecloths and polished silverware with a sparkle.
Ying offers high-quality traditional dim sum and Cantonese classics on its a la carte menus as well as set menus at reasonable prices. For dinner there is also a choice of a premium seafood hot pot all-you-can-eat where the ingredients speaks for themselves including Boston lobster, Hiroshima oysters, mud crab and Australian black Angus beef. For a daintier experience, Ying is ne of the places in Macau to go for excellent dim sum. We highly recommend trying the steamed Iberico char sui buns or the cold steamed shrimp dumplings, which have the added value of a truly awesome presentation, high on “wow” factor. The roast char siu with foie gras on dough, a signature dish at Ying, is rich and decadent. If you like spicy food, then the hot and spicy giant garoupa belly with ginger and onions is a wonderful choice as the dish provides a good balance of texture, flavours and spiciness. All dishes were well-executed and prepared with passion and love.
Altira’s master wine list is pretty impressive, and it shows clearly that a lot of thought went into it. Even by the glass, there is a wonderful choice of international wines.
Competent service and the staff are genuinely friendly and attuned to the needs of diners, as well as being well-versed with the menu.
A dinner for two should cost around MOP800 with a much cheaper option for dim sum lunch.