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Chef Tam’s Seasons garners first MICHELIN star within first year of opening

Three Wynn signature restaurants at Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace have earned a collective five stars in the latest MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong & Macau 2024.

At Wynn Palace, Chef Tam’s Seasons – founded by Executive Chef Tam Kwok Fung less than a year ago – earned one MICHELIN star for the first time. The renowned Wing Lei Cantonese restaurant once again earned two MICHELIN stars and Mizumi continues to reign as the only Japanese restaurant in Macao to be awarded two MICHELIN stars.

Mr. Frederic Luvisutto, Chief Operating Officer of Wynn Macau, Limited said: “We are honored that our new concept restaurant at Wynn Palace – Chef Tam’s Seasons, received its first MICHELIN star this year. We are also very pleased that Wing Lei and Mizumi at Wynn Macau continue to receive the great two stars recognition from the MICHELIN Guide. All these awards are a testament of the very talented culinary teams of Wynn who go above and beyond each day to create exceptional dining experiences for our guests. Wynn will continue to raise the bar in future by further promoting Macao’s role as a ‘Creative City of Gastronomy’ and elevating the city’s status as a ‘World Center of Tourism and Leisure’.”

Cantonese Master Chef Tam Kwok Fung is the mastermind behind Chef Tam’s Seasons, the new concept restaurant at Wynn Palace opened last year. Through his seasonal tasting menu, Executive Chef Tam carefully curates the ingredients for each dish based on micro-changes in regional climate, locally and internationally. The seasonal delicacies for each dish are prepared in accordance with time to carefully harmonize the five flavors, and Chef Tam’s philosophy of the 24 solar terms pays tribute to the cultural traditions of Chinese culture. At his new concept restaurant, Chef Tam remains committed toward carrying on the legacy and authenticity of Cantonese cuisine with a blend of East and West, while also introducing contemporary concepts and techniques to add even greater vitality to traditional Cantonese cuisine.

Frank Schuengel
Frank Schuengel
Frank Schuengel is an online gambling industry veteran with over twenty years of experience in Europe and Asia. Equally at home in the Isle of Man and the Philippines, he started his career as a sports trader before setting up and running whole operations, and more recently focusing on the regulatory and licensing side of things in the worlds of fiat and crypto eGaming. When he is not writing about gambling topics, he can be found cycling around Manila and advocating sustainable transport solutions for a Philippines based mobility magazine.



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