Bringing together multiple renowned restaurants to present over 50 authentic hot pots, creating the largest Hot Pot Street in Macau
MACAU, Nov. 3, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — From now until March 31, 2024, Broadway Macau™ Hot Pot Festival will make a grand return. The 150-meter long Broadway Food Street will transform into the most diverse and largest Hot Pot Street in Macau, creating a culinary hotspot to warm up this autumn and winter.
Restaurants situated on the Food Street will offer more than 50 distinctive hot pots and claypot dishes. These dishes incorporate seasonal ingredients from Macau and renowned Asian culinary destinations, each with their authentic recipes. Highlights include the Cantonese-style hot pots such as traditional Braised Lamb Brisket Casserole, Taiwanese Fish Head and Chinese Herbs Hot Pot, and Chicken, Old Ginger and Black Sesame Oil Casserole, as well as authentic hot pot flavors from Guangdong, Sichuan, and Shandong provinces. Not to be outdone, Thai Tom Yum Kung Seafood Hot Pot, Korean Army Stew, Singaporean Laksa Hot Pot, and Japanese Sukiyaki also join the line-up. Local favorites Cheng Chau Lam Kei and Hoi Ngan Hoi Kei will offer their famous aromatic Pork Bone Casserole with Chicken Feet and fresh Beef Hot Pot, promising to entice with their authentic flavors.
Autumn and winter set the stage for nourishing dishes, highlighted at the festival with well-known hot pots from various regions. A standout is the Braised Lamb Brisket Casserole from Wui Sik Fong – Lei Ka Choi, a classic favorite at past hot pot festivals and a Macau staple. It features succulent grass-fed Chinese black lamb, slow-cooked in a clay pot over charcoal for a subtle smoky aroma, enriched with water chestnuts and carrots. The lamb is infused with the chef’s homemade, additive-free sauce, making every bite flavorful and juicy. Du Hsiao Yueh introduces two traditional Taiwanese dishes, the Chicken, Old Ginger, and Black Sesame Oil Casserole, and the Pork Kidney, Liver, and Chinese Yellow Wine Casserole, both epitomizing a "nourishing and health-preserving" philosophy.
On the other side, classic hot pots from various Asian countries are also stepping into the spotlight, each showcasing a range of spicy flavors. The Thai Tom Yum Seafood Hot Pot from Wui Sik Fong combines sour, spicy, fresh, and sweet flavors with a mouth-watering aroma, perfect for the cold season. The Japanese Sukiyaki from Chi Sasa features high-quality American beef short ribs and a variety of ingredients that absorb the beef’s essence and sweet soy sauce, resulting in a rich and aromatic dish. The Korean Army Stew from Apgujeong by Kim’s Korean Cuisine has a unique base and includes various ingredients like kimchi, pork, and cheese, paired with chewy Korean ramen, popular among young people for its rich flavors and unique spiciness.
Broadway Food Street also stands out as one of Macau’s select open-air culinary avenues. Bathed in gentle lighting and enveloped in an enchanting atmosphere, it serves as an inviting space for friends and family to convene, savoring the conviviality of the season amidst a lively throng and the fragrant plumes of steam rising from simmering hot pots.
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As the dining destination in Asia, Galaxy Macau offers a wide variety of gastronomic delights, exquisite experiences and ingredients of the finest quality with over 120 dining options from Michelin dining to authentic delicacies; Galaxy Promenade is the hottest shopping destination featuring the latest in fashion and curated experiences in Macau. Spanning over 100,000 square meters, luxury flagship stores, lifestyle boutiques and our selection of labels are among the more than 200 world-renowned brands for a world-class shopping journey; Galaxy Cinemas, a 10-theatre 3D Cineplex boasting 4K laser projection; CHINA ROUGE, one-of-a-kind deluxe lounge that evokes the glitz and glamor of Shanghai’s golden era with entertainment in luxury and style; and Foot Hub presents the traditional art of reflexology to make you feel more relaxed and revitalized. For Authentic Macau Flavours & Vibrant Asian Experiences, Broadway Macau – just a 90-second walk via a bridge from Galaxy Macau, has over 35 different Authentic Macau & Asian Flavours at its Broadway Food Street. The 2,500-seat Broadway Theatre plays host to world-class entertainers and a diverse array of cultural events. Meeting, incentive and banquet groups are also well looked after with a portfolio of unique venues in Galaxy Macau and a professional service staff.
Galaxy Macau is set to begin a new chapter, with the opening of two world-class luxury hotels – Raffles at Galaxy Macau and Andaz Macau. Galaxy International Convention Center (GICC)is the latest addition to the Group’s ever-expanding integrated resort precinct and will usher in a new era for the MICE industry in Macau. GICC is a world-class event venue featuring 40,000 sqm of total flexible MICE, and a 16,000-seat Galaxy Arena – the largest indoor arena in Macau.
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