Melco Crown Entertainment Now Offers The Most Michelin-Starred Dining Establishments In All Of Macau

MACAU, Nov. 09, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Melco Crown Entertainment Limited (NASDAQ:MPEL) ("Melco Crown Entertainment", "MCE" or the "Company"), a developer, owner and operator of gaming and entertainment resort facilities in Asia, proudly announced that with the latest results released from the newly published MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2017, the Company now offers more Michelin-starred dining establishments - a total of five - than any operators in all of Macau.
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Pearl Dragon at Studio City had joined the ranks of one-Michelin-starred establishments in the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2017.
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Ying at Altira Macau celebrated today its new inclusion to the ranks of one-Michelin-starred restaurants in the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2017.

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Joining City of Dreams' French chef-d'oeuvre The Tasting Room (two stars), Cantonese culinary masterpiece Jade Dragon (two stars), and sushi restaurant Shinji by Kanesaka (one star), Altira Macau and Studio City's signature Cantonese restaurants, Ying and Pearl Dragon, respectively, also celebrated today their brand new inclusions to the ranks of one-Michelin-starred establishments. Impressively, MCE's fine dining restaurants now boast a total of seven prestigious Michelin stars.  

The achievement signifies that both international visitors and locals can now enjoy Michelin-starred gastronomies in all of the three Macau properties operated by Melco Crown Entertainment, and that the Company has further extended the lead over its peers in terms of world class and award-winning culinary offerings across Cotai and Taipa.

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