Jade de Jardin used to have a Michelin star 8 or 9 years ago, but that thing is long gone now. More of a family oriented restaurant, the serving sizes are quite large and it’s probably a good idea to dine there as a group, just so you can enjoy more food. I went there alone and the nice manager let me have half servings of everything I ordered, otherwise it would have been far too much.
After getting his advice, I went with Wonton Soup ($34), Pork with Eggplant ($34) and Fried Shrimp ($74), and was very pleased with all the selections.
Everything was prepared well and tasted good, and I’d wager that Jade de Jardin is one of the most consistent restaurants in town.
Rocking very dated decor, the inside isn’t much to look at, with low obtrusive chandeliers and one rude homely carpet that should have been put out to pasture in 1985.
Fortunately the food is of much better quality, perhaps not quite up to Michelin standard, but also not that far away either. From a quality versus cost perspective, it’s definitely one of the better choices in Macau these days, especially if dining in a larger group.
They should probably re-decorate the restaurant though.