Dating back to the Qing Dynasty, Buddha Jumps Over the Wall is a Chinese delicacy known for its rich taste, a medley of choice ingredients—such as abalones, sea cucumbers, and mushrooms—and the many hours required to prepare it. The unusual name alludes to the dish's ability to temp a vegetarian monk to break his vows. When caught eating the dish, he maintains the dish so tasty that even Buddha would jump over the wall to eat it.
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In September, Sofitel's Mistral restaurant offers this highly desirable dish as a bonus to diners partaking of the venue's bounteous seafood dinner buffet, featuring fresh seafood dishes including oysters, mussels and Boston Lobster.
Mistral, 6/F, Sofitel Macau At Ponte 16, Rua do Visconde Paco de Arcos,
+853 8861 7210, sofitelmacau.com
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