We have dined at Robuchon every time we come to Macau. There are some good dishes and some ordinary ones. The bread basket was fresh and warm. The teenagers enjoyed them, just as they love the mash potatoes. The food portions are just nice although for growing teenagers, they find the portions too small. The wine pairings are good too. Their house blend coffee is aromatic and just perfect to end a lovely lunch. That said, I find that the food from the old Robuchon was better. But this is just my opinion. The view from the restaurant is spectacular. I am not fond of the decor at the restaurant. I find it extravagant, heavy and too "bling bling". It is probably done to appeal to its main land Chinese patrons. Overall, we would return to Robuchon, Macau.