Our stay in Sheraton Macao Hotel included breakfast buffet for two at their Club Lounge. I’ve experienced staying in hotel rooms with lounges a few times but I’ve never seen a lounge this big.
The Club Lounge can accommodate 274 diners. This is the main dining room. There was also a separate lounge and a smaller dining room.
A full breakfast buffet spread was served.
The green Yakult is low sugar and hi-fibre.
The food was a mix for Chinese and International guests.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen boneless fried chicken at breakfast before.
Fresh corn sitting in a wok filled with milk and butter is another unique breakfast dish.
I was curious about the quality of the pancake from this automatic pancake maker but I didn’t want to wait one minute. 😀
Even the waffle maker was DIY. There were unusual toppings and sauces for the waffles. Asides from cherry tomatoes and peanuts there was also squash and two I can’t identify. There was the usual syrups and vanilla sauce. But I spot corn in yogurt or mayonnaise too. It’s different right?
While the almond croissant didn’t contain almond paste inside and was a big disappointment I really, really, really enjoyed eating the fried chicken, sweet corn and sweet sweet potatoes. Everything was so good I had a second helping sans the sausage. I now have a new appreciation for non-traditional breakfast food.
The lounge had really inadequate afternoon snacks. They served shrimp crackers, gummy bears and a few cookies. At least they had tea and coffee in thermoses.
Level 4 Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central
Hours: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
2 thoughts on “Sheraton Macao Hotel’s Club Lounge Breakfast Buffet”
wow..they have complete breakfast setup even for a club lounge… my room came with breakfast buffet at Feast, the breakfast buffet spread was massive…they had a long gelato counter in the middle of the resto along with pastries and other desserts…
i havent stayed in a club floor…can you substitute the lounge breakfast for the breakfast at Feast?
I don’t think you can substitute. I’m sure there was much more food at Feast.