Theatre for exceptional Steak and Seafood
SW Steakhouse, the company's signature restaurant in Las Vegas, comes to Macau to offer guests classic American steakhouse fare and the finest seafood, paired with an unforgettable theatrical surprise. Reimagining the idea of the traditional dinner show, the lights darken, music fades and an aperture opens, amazing guests with a one-of-a-kind visual animation to delight the senses. SW Steakhouse is rated a Four-Star restaurant by the esteemed Forbes Travel Guide.
The mouthwatering selection of international beef includes American USDA prime steaks, certified Japanese Wagyu and exclusive Australian Rangers Valley Black Market beef. The team works with fishermen throughout South East Asia and the Pacific to provide the freshest seafood available, with fish packed and shipped to Macau within hours of being caught. A tableside lobster cart enables guests to pick their own selection from an eye-popping assortment of the world's most succulent crustaceans.
The restaurant is also home to a bar offering Macau's finest collection of brown spirits, including bourbon, brandy, Cognac and Armagnac. Some of America's most reputable and rare whiskies are featured, including rare cult distilleries such as Willet and Pappy Van Winkle. The expert bar staff can guide guests through the selection, or introduce a range of barrel-aged cocktails made in-house, rested in American Oak barrels for up to five weeks.
SW Steakhouse invites guests into a masculine, contemporary space resplendent in Etimoe wood and chrome. The entry façade introduces the guest to the contemporary lines of planes of wood balanced with velvet upholstered walls. The dining room is gently illuminated by hundreds of champagne-colored glass teardrops suspended over the private dining rooms and raised seating areas. A theatrical animation with 3D mapping vignettes, themed around a waking dream, is unlike any dining experience seen before. When the show is complete, guests can relax and observe the culinary team in action through the expansive show kitchen window.