The sheer elegance of design and impeccable Cantonese fare are the reasons that Grand Lisboa’s The Eight is a food lover’s dining destination
Grand Lisboa’s The Eight needs little introduction if you’re a fan of Cantonese cuisine. With some of the most consistently executed traditional Chinese dishes and a rich array of innovative dim sum, the establishment also pulls its weight with its interiors. The sheer opulence of a waterfall-lined corridor reveals a windowless space, centred with a hanging crystal installation forming a number 8 in the middle of the room, where guests can settle in spacious booths under ancient coin designed suspending curtains and panels showing artistic goldfish. Taking helm of the Cantonese kitchen is experienced chef Joseph Tse, whose expertise ranges from flawless execution of Cantonese barbecue from charsiu to the traditional gold- coin chicken, or creative new dishes such as crispy beef with homemade cream sauce and an array of live seafood creations. The Eight is a result of balanced efforts in creating the best dining experience for guests, and is a must visit for those who appreciate fine Cantonese cooking.
The best time to visit The Eight is the afternoon, when guests can sample both its collection of innovative dim sums and wonderful a la carte selections.
|Accept Credit Card||Yes|
|Bring Your Own Bottle||Yes|
|Private Room Description||6 rooms for 6-24 persons|
|Dress Code||Smart casual|
|Corkage Charge||MOP400 per bottle|