Lunch one day in Macau is in the Wynn complex, more specifically at Wing Lei, the two Michelin star, luxurious Chinese Restaurant.
We went quite early on a weekday lunch, and only just managed to get a table without a booking. Even though it didn't seem overly busy, we saw people being turned away, without a booking, as we were leaving.
Scallop and vegetable dumplings
Har gow prawn dumplings
Char siu or BBQ pork rice noodle rolls
Deep fried glutinous dumplings with goose liver
These were my favourite - baked abalone with roasted chicken
Dessert - fried taro cake
Checkered red bean and coconut jelly
Wing lei, unlike the typical yum cha joint, has an extensive list of teas on their menu
The prices are comparable to what yum cha would cost in Australia, though obviously by local standards, it is quite expensive. I enjoyed the more unique dishes, but I think some of the fun and charm of yum cha, is sitting in a bustling and vibrant restaurant surrounded by carts.