China Rouge, the once members-only club located at Galaxy Macau, is back. A blend of East and West (the lounge celebrates the glamour of old Shanghai with a contemporary twist), China Rouge has returned after a brief hiatus from Macau's nightlife scene.
China Rouge retains its ultra luxurious interior, which was designed by Alan Chan and inspired by seminal Art Deco painter and designer Erté.
New entertainment performances include smooth and easy live music that is a blend of contemporary favourites and standard classics.
Along with the new entertainment programme, the club has also introduced a revamped food and beverage menu. The cocktail list includes the Eastern Fashioned which is a large measure of Johnnie Walker Black label, Mandarine Napoleon Liqueur, orange juice, a dash of Old Time Aromatic Bitters and Grand Marnier infused with dry Tangerine and served over ice. Wine aficionados can choose from a carefully curated list of boutique wines and champagnes.
Guests who are feeling peckish can pair these drinks with bar bites. These snacks cover the spectrum from modern cuisine to comfort food and includes duck wraps with plum sauce, rice paper rolls with prawns, mango and mint vinaigrette, chorizo flambéed with brandy and more.
Event organisers looking to offer their delegates an opportunity to loosen up can book events at the club and utilise the Galaxy Macau's tailor-made catering and banqueting services.
Hotels in the Galaxy resort include Banyan Tree, Hotel Okura, Galaxy Hotel and, the latest additions to the complex, the JW Marriott and The Ritz-Carlton.