Galaxy Entertainment has teamed with Monaco’s Societe des Bains de Mer to bring the Cafe de Paris Monte Carlo bistro brand to Macau.
It’s the first foray into Asia for Cafe de Paris, which promises to provide an authentic French cafe experience, while serving a range of French and Asian specialities. The cafe will be in the Galaxy Macau resort.
“By introducing the flagship café of one of the world’s most celebrated hospitality brands from Monaco to Macau, locals and visitors will be spoilt for choice at Galaxy’s well-established café society,” Roger Lienhard, senior vice president of hospitality at Galaxy Macau said in a press release.
As well as Asian fare, such as Yangzhou fried rice, the cafe will serve traditional bistro fare, such as mussels in white wine and trout meuniere.
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