We recently spent a long weekend in Macau and had an enjoyable evening at the St. Regis Bar, located on the first floor of the hotel on the Cotai Strip. Opening hours 12pm to 1am daily.
Our visit was in the late evening and we found the bar around half full. Lighting is dim, decor quite nice with leather sofas and dark wood furnishing. Service very attentive. Tables are provided with a trio of bar snacks - potato chips, popcorn and dried chilli chips. These were enjoyed, as were our two rounds of drinks from the New York New York drink list.
During the evening, we found the Mint Julep and Sazerac to be just fine. However, we preferred their signature Bee's Nee's - a refined and sweet cocktail and the well-made Old Fashioned - just the right amount of stiff, sweet and smooth! Were very tempted by the comprehensive Gin and Tonic station others were ordering from however we decided to head out after two rounds. Will likely have them whip up a creative gin and tonic next time around.
We tried their food list during this visit as well, ordering the dry aged beef sliders with comte. These were surprisingly very good, The dry-aged beef had nice flavour and were perfectly complemented with the comte cheese.
Overall, we found the St. Regis Bar to have very nice environs, ambience and service. Table snacks were enjoyed and we very much liked the beef sliders. Drinks were as good as we would expect of a hotel bar of this calibre. In the end, the St. Regis Bar is one of the pricier bars around Macau but one of the better ones as well. We will return.
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