Protein-alternatives continue to soar in popularity, and Sands Macao has embraced the plant-based movement whole-heartedly this week with their new Green Cuisine campaign which adds healthy vegan dishes to its 14 restaurants in Macao.
The collaboration between Sands Resorts Macao and Hong Kong-based social initiative Green Monday, and supported by Macao Government Tourism Office, is a step towards a more sustainable food economy. Raising awareness about the link between diet and global warming, campaigns like Green Cuisine aim to provide a solution to the current unsustainability of the dining industry.
Dishes feature the use of protein-alternatives such as Beyond Meat, Omnipork, Just Scramble, Daiya and Gardein, like the Sands Omnipork Pork Chop Bun, a plant-based version of Macao’s favourite street snack, whereas other restaurants have taken a more natural, whole-food approach to the plant-based menu.
Participating restaurants include The Venetian Macao’s Portofino, Canton, Golden Peacock and North; Sands Cotai Central’s Dynasty 8; The Parisian Macao’s La Chine, Lotus Palace and Brasserie; and Sands Macao’s Golden Court and Copa Steakhouse. Guests can also taste the Sands Omnipork Pork Chop Bun at selected restaurants, including The Venetian Macao’s Imperial House, Sands Cotai Central’s Tastes, The Parisian Macao’s Market Bistro and Sands Macao’s 888 Food Court plus a green menu will be offered to MICE delegates as part of the Green Meetings programme.