Wynn Macau's Japanese restaurant Mizumi brings an unprecedented unique experience to the city by collaborating with Michelin-starred chefs. The restaurant has quickly established an enviable reputation, being the only Michelin two-star Japanese restaurant in Macau.
In collaboration with the Mizumi team, the Michelin-starred chefs from Japan have created in Macau the greatest Japanese dining experience outside of Japan. In addition to the tradition of serving authentic Japanese food at the counter by a chef for a more intimate and interactive experience, the master chefs have specially designed signature dishes to be served in a perfect state at our beautiful main dining area for larger parties of guests. This is truly unique and sets a new benchmark in Japanese dining experience.
Only the finest seasonal ingredients from Japan and around the world are used to create the perfect Japanese cuisines. Ingredients are delivered from the source, fresh, in a matter of hours and prepared "a la minute". The finest available products include sea urchin from Hokkaido and tuna from Aomori among others. Altogether there are more than 20 varieties of fish, vegetables and fruit. The collection of high-quality sakes is also quite impressive, with a current list of more than 40 varieties, including Daiginjo, Ginjo and Honjozo. The list also features six types of shochu and two kinds of umeshu. The selection will be extended on an ongoing basis. In addition to the regular menu, guests are also welcomed to order specialties in advance – such as seasonal or rare items. These may be ordered or reserved for guests with special requirements.
As dining is a journey through the senses, Mizumi offers a beautiful setting that complements the pleasures on the palate. Guests are first welcomed by the steel yellow dogami sculpture by artist Gerardo Hacer. Then they will be surrounded by stunning Japanese national colors of white and red throughout the restaurant, decorated with custom artwork pieces by renowned artist Sush Machida. Throughout the restaurant, the Japanese Obi is one of the most important design elements. The elegant carpet that covers the restaurant floor is inspired by one of these antique kimono accessories and there is even an exquisite selection of antique Japanese Obi, selected from a collection in Paris curated by Wynn Design and Development, hanging on the walls.