Online reviews rave about the breakfast while the evening buffet is top notch as well, headlined by one of the most comprehensive seafood spreads in town. The dessert section is also very impressive as is most of their Thai, Italian, Japanese and North American fare.
It’s all fairly economical too, with breakfast ($208 adult/$104 children aged 4 to 11), lunch ($228/$114), and dinner ($368/$184), while children under 4 eat for free.
As for drinks, free water, tea and coffee are all provided while free flow beer and pop costs $68 per person and free flow wine $128.
I wouldn’t hesitate calling Grand Orbit a top three buffet in Macau.