In Dec 2011, the former Robuchon a Galera, a Three-Michelin-starred restaurant in Macao, was relocated to the dome of Grand Lisboa Hotel at 43 floor and was renamed as Robuchon au Dôme. Its unbeatable location with the iconic glass structure dome offers a 360 degree of magnificent panoramic view of Macau. One can enjoy the epitome of fine dining and an ultimate sense of prestige and exclusiveness at Robuchon au Dôme where culinary artistry is met with the finest décor - designed with the French and Modern classic style and inspired by a typical French Opera Theatre.

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With a seating capacity of only 58 seats in its 850 sqm, Robuchon au Dôme was designed by ACDC in collaboration with French designer Gwenael Nicolas from Curiosity Inc. in Tokyo, creating a dramatic ambience for a truly exquisite fine-dining experience.

A breathtaking chandelier with 130,000 pcs of Swarovski crystal, cascading from the middle of the 19 meter domed ceiling, resembles an elegant couture gown of the performer flared at the center of an Opera stage which illuminates the interior with rare elegance. Shiny flooring underneath reflecting the chandelier even to gives more depth to the space. Zitan chairs tailored designed with a contemporary touch further add some french flair to the interior.

Housed under a glass structure dome, Robuchon au Dôme gets plentiful access to natural daylight, glinting and bouncing off from the decorative crystal chandelier which fills the space with brightness, glitz and glamour.

The color scheme is a combination of brown and black, tempered with glistening gold and dark bronze; the eye wanders from the magnificent Swarovski crystal chandelier to the tinted crystal glass, from stainless steel in gold and dark bronze color to tinted mirror, from Italy Portoro stone to etched pattern glass, and to each perfect texture and detail of exclusive look and feel, long lasting quality material.

Location: Macau, China
Year Launched: 2011
Brand Consultant: Alan Chan
Interior: Alan Chan Design Company/ Gwenael Nicolas (Curiosity Inc, Tokyo Japan)

  • Client Grand Lisboa Macau
  • Category Interior design/
  • Industry Hospitality/