Resorts World’s Brezza will transport guests to the Italian coast

Aug 07, 2021 355

BY: Genevie Durano

When the newly opened Resorts World announced its restaurant lineup, the list was impressive, just as you’d expect from a $4.3 billion resort. There are 40 food and beverage options, including the Famous Foods Street Eats food hall, an ode to Southeast Asian hawker stalls. But for those who follow the local culinary scene keenly, one name stood out: the return of James Beard Award semifinalist Nicole Brisson, who has two concepts at the property: coastal Italian eatery Brezza and its more casual, soon-to-open sister next door, Bar Zazu.

Brezza, at the north end of the section known as the District, benefits from its location within the resort—it’s far enough away from the bustle of the gaming floor to feels like an intimate space while still benefiting from the glamour of it all. The dining area is an open thoroughfare that starts with a few indoor-patio tables, expands into a main dining area—with a gorgeous bar and an open kitchen—and then extends onto a large outdoor patio with olive trees, evoking a Mediterranean vibe.

Read more


You may be interested