Special promotions offer an authentic, delicious and affordable taste of France
The Parisian Macao’s authentic French Brasserie restaurant is introducing two delicious food promotions to highlight quintessentially Gallic culinary traditions – the perfect French afternoon tea and the famous ‘Galette’ buckwheat crêpes accompanied by refreshing cider. Both are available now at Brasserie from MOP 128* per person inclusive of one drink.
Afternoon Tea Set promotion
Enjoy an classic Afternoon Tea Set with savoury treats including mini Croque Madame with sunny side-up quail egg; smoked salmon and avocado tartlet; artichoke and spinach salad; and sublime sweets like mini Eiffel Tower Champagne truffles; red bean chouquettes; “French Tricolore” macarons (blueberry, vanilla and raspberry); raspberry and pistachio financiers; coconut panna cotta flowerpots; and dark hot chocolate with Grand Marnier.
Available daily from 3 p.m.–5:30 p.m.
Price: MOP 268* for two, includes one cup of tea or coffee per person
Galette with French Kerisac cider promotion
Diners will struggle to find a more typical, or delicious French culinary experience than an amazing Galette Complete – the famous buckwheat crepe filled with emmental cheese, Paris ham and egg, accompanied by a green salad, accompanied by a glass of classic French Kerisac cider. Galettes are also available in other three flavours, including Galette Epinard (spinach), Galette Fruits de Mer (seafood) and Galette Nutella.
Available daily from 3 p.m.–6 p.m.
Price: From MOP 128* per person, includes one cider plus one Galette
Located at Level 3 of The Parisian Macao, Brasserie features some of France’s most popular and authentic dishes. Diners can experience French classics including coq au vin, beef bourguignon, moules à la crème, steak au poivre and more, alongside an impressive wine selection, in an ambience of true joie de vivre.
Reservations can now be made by calling the restaurant on +853 8111 9200 or
emailing: email@example.com. For the most updated information about
The Parisian Macao, please visit www.ParisianMacao.com.