Breakast Buffet: Belcancao @ Four Seasons Hotel, Macau

A good breakfast equals to a good start to the day. Well, most of the time. This is also why breakfast is even more important and a thing that I look forward to the most when I'm on a holiday. On our second day in Macau, we started off our day with a breakfast buffet at Belcancao which is in Four Seasons Hotel. 
Whether you feel like having Japanese, Korean, Western, Chinese cuisine or even nasi lemak, they have it all. This will be one of those days where you'll find yourself spending too much time on breakfast though I don't mind sitting here for hours especially with the atmosphere in there that is somewhat classy yet comfortable. They also have a outdoor sitting area if you want some natural morning air to accompany your meal.
You wouldn't miss this wide spread of pastries as it is just right in front of the entrance. For a pastry lover, this was a little bit too overwhelming for me. There's  croissant, Portuguese egg tarts, Spinach Cheese Quiche, Cranberry Twist, Coconut Tart, Lemon Danish, Strawberry Cream Berliner, Pineapple Coconut Muffin, Chocolate Muffin, Raspberry Muffin, Apple Turnover, Candy Citrus Rolls,  Banana Cake, Cream Berliner and Raisin Roll. Pastry heaven!
Cold cuts and salad counter! They have Salmon, Chorizo, Mortadella, Pastrami, Salami, Turkey Ham. I only attacked the salad counter as I don't eat cold cuts. Weirdo, yeah.
My favourite counter, the fruits! I really liked that they have a variety of fruits.
A wide selection of cheese for all the cheese lovers out there!
Top: Noodles counter | Bottom (L-R): Dim Sums (Chicken Feet, Steamed Pork Dumpling, Custard Bun, Shrimp Dumpling etc.), Chinese Style Fried Salty Pancake (ham jim beng), Deep Fried Steamed Bun, Thai Fish Cake.

They also have Nasi Lemak, Beef Rendang, Vegetable Curry and a few more Asian dishes that I can't recall. For the Western side, they have baked potatoes, grilled tomatoes, baked beans, ham, a waffle and pancake counter with a variety of toppings to choose from! 
Top-Bottom (clockwise): Korean cuisine (they have Miso soup too), buns and toasts, Haagen-Dazs (casual), and fruit juices!
Some of the food I had. Oatmeal topped with fruits (my go-to breakfast choice), poached eggs on bread, dad's scramble eggs with salmon. To see what we ate and to see more of the place, click here to watch the vlog. 


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