If the prospect of spending a lazy afternoon feasting on fantastic food while sipping on free-flow bubbly sounds appealing, then check out our list of Sunday brunches at some of the best restaurants in Macau. Sit back, relax, and indulge to your stomach’s content.

Belcanção

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Photo: Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Macao

While not technically brunch, the lunch buffet experience at Four Seasons Hotel Macao is well worth a visit. Executive sous chef Benjamin Lim has heightened Belcanção's lunch buffet experience through a number of initiatives: the salad bar has been transformed into an organic garden, and he serves up specialties that include Chinese, western, Southeast Asian and Indian cuisine. The savoury array includes dim sum; Mexican tacos; Belcanção pizza; local Portuguese dishes; Thai fare; Indian curry and Tandoori; Chinese braised dishes; an Asian carving and barbeque station; and pasta made to order. In short, there’s something to please every palate. These irresistible flavours are beautifully paired with sumptuous cocktails and special desserts, ensuring a fulfilling culinary brunch, erh, lunch.  

Belcanção lunch buffet
Daily, 12:00-2:30 pm
Belcanção, Level 1, Four Seasons Hotel Macao, Cotai Strip, Estrada da Baía de N. Senhora da Esperança, Taipa
+853 2881 8888, fourseasons.com/macau

Belon

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Photo: Courtesy of Banyan Tree Macau

Brunch is better than breakfast or lunch. Not only does it allows a weekend lie-in lasting from two to four hours, its leisurely pace lets one eat and drink more. In short, it affords the most luxurious meal of the week. And arguably, brunch at Belon is the city’s most luxurious. At the spectacular Moët & Chandon Champagne Brunch every Sunday, guests can indulge in the freshest seafood including caviar, oysters, homemade smoked salmon, as well as gourmet delights such as veal brisket with champignons and foie gras pizza. Of course, there’s also free flow Moët & Chandon champagne, plus wines, juices and soft drinks, for offering a toast to the best day of the week.

Moët & Chandon Champagne Brunch
Every Sunday, 11.30am-3pm
Belon, 31/F, Banyan Tree Macau, Galaxy Macau Resort, Avenida Marginal Flor de Lotus, Cotai
+853 8883 6090, macau@banyantree.com, banyantree.com/en/cn-china-macau

Bene

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Photo: Courtesy of Sheraton Grand Macao

The Italian trattoria at the Sheraton Grand Macao is divided into two halves—the front resembles a quiet and intimate lounge with dark wood, dimmed lights and spaced-out tables catering to both small and large groups. A few more steps into the restaurant, past a brick wall, the restaurant lightens up into an upbeat, more casual dining area, with abundant sunlight seeping through during daytime. In these highly conducive surroundings, diners can enjoy an Italian home-style semi-buffet brunch, where guests can indulge in freshly prepared dishes—including braised beef ribs in red wine and risotto with Italian sausage, mushroom and crab—delivered right to their tables, and choose from a variety of antipasti, a wide selection of cheeses, salads, pizzas and desserts at the buffet counter.

Bene Sunday Brunch
Every Sunday, 11.30am-3pm
Bene, Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central, Estrada Do Istmo, Taipa
+853 8113 1200, bene.macao@sheraton.com

The Manor

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Photo: Courtesy of St Regis Macao

For anyone seeking a lavish Sunday brunch experience, look no further. The Manor, The St Regis Macao’s signature restaurant, offers a sumptuous range of seafood on the Crustacean Bar at the Verandah, from cold poached Alaskan crab legs and Boston lobster to blue mussels, razor clams and prawns; a curated a selection of freshly shucked oysters; prime meat and gourmet delicacies; teppanyaki and carving stations; as well as pass-around signatures like ocean trout ceviche with oyster tartar and Hokkaido scallop with Cantonese cheese sauce.

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Photo: Courtesy of St Regis Macao

Save room for an enticing selection of desserts such as croquembouche, dulce de leche chocolate cake and mouth-watering cupcakes, along with free-flowing wines, punches and sangrias, juices and soft drinks. This is a perfect way to enjoy a truly decadent Sunday afternoon with family and friends.

Sunday brunch at The Manor
Every Sunday, 12 noon-3.30pm
The Manor, 1/F, The St. Regis Macao, Estrada Do Istmo, Cotai
+853 8113 2777, themanormacao.com, themanor.macao@stregis.com

Red 8

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Photo: Wynn Macau/Barbara Kraft

This is the ideal Cantonese and Northern Chinese restaurant to order dim sum, which is considered the equivalent of brunch in Chinese culture. The open kitchen at Wynn Macau's Red 8 offers a 270-degree view into the kitchen, where chefs prepare some the of city’s finest dim sum, including steamed prawn and baby spinach dumplings, homemade Chinese pork cake and crispy duck and spring onion rolls. The barbequed Iberico pork flavoured with malt syrup is also a must-try. Red 8 is open 24 hours, so dim sum can be enjoyed as early or as late as you want but note that it is located within the casino—only guests over 21 are allowed entry.

Red 8, Wynn Macau, Rua Cidade de Sintra, Nape,
+853 8986 3663, dining@wynnmacau.com, wynnmacau.com

The Ritz-Carlton Café

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Photo: Courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, Macau

Inspired by the Marché du Dimanche (Sunday Ritual) in France, The Ritz-Carlton Café has introduced a new Sunday brunch concept showcasing a delectable seafood spread with both raw and grilled seafood choices, an extended buffet line including a selection of beef and a carving station with roasted whole lamb. French dessert offerings include signature Crêpes Suzette and seasonal roast peaches with lavender. Guests can also enjoy a free flow of Ritz Brut Champagne, French craft beer and wine. For an additional charge, guests can opt for Dom Perignon Champagne.

The Ritz-Carlton Café, Marché du Dimanche
Every Sunday, 11.30am-2.30pm
The Ritz-Carlton Café, G/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, Galaxy Macau, Estrada da Baía da Nossa Senhora da Esperança,+853 8886 6712, ritzcarlton.com

Rossio

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Photo: Courtesy of MGM Macau

Located in the heart of MGM Macau in the Grande Praça, Rossio boasts two dining areas—guests can choose to be seated outside with views of the European-style plaza and the beautiful glass aquarium or inside the elegant main dining area. Tables are spaciously spaced out from each other and comfortable seats enable dinners to leisurely enjoy their meals. There is also an impressive open kitchen which serves as a buffet table so guests can see their food cooked right before their eyes. Sunday brunch offers grilled Mediterranean specialties, scrumptious Portuguese fare, South-East Asian favourites and a perennially popular fresh seafood counter. And don’t miss the selection of hand-crafted pastries and sweets.

Rossio Sunday brunch buffet
Every Sunday, 11.30am–3pm
Rossio, MGM’s Grande Praça, MGM Macau, Avenida Dr Sun Yat Sen, Nape
+853 8802 2372, mgmmacau.com

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