Eat the food in season, and try autumn dietary supplementation. Michelin-starred restaurant Canton 8 in Rio Hotel Macau has presented a limited-time offer of matsutake delicacies to satisfy your taste buds with natural and precious ingredients and chef’s creativity.
There is no lack of award-winning restaurants in Macau. For example, Canton 8 at Rio Hotel was bestowed two Michelin stars soon after its opening in its origin city Shanghai. The restaurant is well-acclaimed for its superb food quality and the chef’s unique cooking methods and secret recipes, guaranteeing to serve a wide range of traditional Chinese dishes to satisfy even the pickiest palates.
With the arrival of autumn, seasonal ingredients such as matsutake enter the culinary scene. Its unique aroma has enticed many connoisseurs but its health benefits must not be overlooked. This fall, Canton 8 is offering a menu of matsutake and other premium fungi such as macrolepiota albuminosa, king trumpet mushrooms and white shimeji. These exotic ingredients are skillfully crafted into a series of exquisite delicacies.
According to the chef, only top-quality ingredients are used in matsutake dishes at the restaurant. For example, matsutake from Shangri-la, Yunnan, is added to the chicken stew. Dubbed the “king of edible mushrooms”, it is fleshy and aromatic and features a nice sheen. Together with the free-range chicken from Qingyuan, a delightful dish is nicely made. The macrolepiota albuminosa and matsutake from Yunnan, king trumpet mushrooms and white shimeji further elevate the rich-tasting pot of fresh abalones from Dalian and sea cucumbers. The last dish to recommend is Fired Wagyu Beed with Matsutake. Made with matsutake from Yunnan, beef from Australia and asparagus, the dish is freshly tasting and nourishing.
Canton 8 serves a wide range of traditional Cantonese dishes that are exquisite and rich-tasting, further enhancing your gourmet experience.
喜粵8號 Canton 8
3rd Floor, Rio Hotel, Macau
+853 8989 1282