This is where we had dinner on our first day in Macau during our Macau 2008 Vacation. The food choices here are so varied that you will have a migraine choosing what to eat. The dessert station is equally varied. The restaurant turns 360 degress, you will be given different views of Macau, so everytime you turn, it is a different view of Macau, this is a must for everybody going to Macau.

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This is Macau’s most conspicuous restaurant, more than 219m (730 ft.) above reclaimed ground in the soaring Macau Tower. 

Opened in 2001, the tower contains an observation deck and lounge, with an admission. Head instead to the tower’s revolving restaurant, where for the price of a buffet meal you’ll get an equally good view. It takes 1 1/2 hours for a complete spin, giving you ample time to sample the various Southeast Asian, Chinese, Macanese, and Continental dishes available as you soak in the view. Safety precautions make this Macau’s only nonsmoking restaurant.

Remodeled in winter 2004, Macau’s highest revolving restaurant now presents a whole new buffet experience that delights every epicurean. 

Dinner at 360° Café is a must-do for everyone visiting the city – from the authentic Portuguese and Indian flavors to the succulent ocean treasures to the numerous sweet treats, the total dining experience at 360° Café will make a vivid part of your Macau memory.

360 Cafe Macau Tower Restaurant Hours of Operation:

Macau Tower Lunch Buffet
Weekdays   11:30am – 3:00pm

Macau Tower Weekends
1st section
11:30am – 1:00pm

Macau Tower  2nd section
1:30pm – 3:00pm

Macau Tower Dinner Buffet
Weekdays   7:00pm – 10:30pm
Weekends   7:00pm – 10:30pm

Price per head

Macau Tower Lunch Buffet
Monday to Sunday
MOP 168 Adult
MOP 118 Child

Macau Tower Dinner Buffet
MOP 248 Adult
MOP 158 Child
* Include one soft drink, beer or fresh orange juice, in addition to tea or coffee.

Tea Buffet (3:30pm – 5:00pm) 
Monday to Sunday MOP108 (Adult/Child) 
Macau Tower Reservations
Please call (853) 9888 622

Prices are subject to a 10% service charge. 
Guests are strongly recommended to make reservations for Saturday and Sunday buffets.

Getting to the Macau Tower:

Taxis Catch a taxi at the airport, the ferry terminal or hotels or simply flag one down on a nearby road. Taxis are metered and charge MOP10 flagfall. There may also be a surcharge when traveling between islands.
Bus 9A, 18, 23, 32