Ilha de Macau Restaurants

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    Restaurante Litoral: Portuguese/Macanese Food

    by swiftfoot Written Jan 28, 2012

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    Went to Restaurante Litoral at past 7 pm and the place was not full. We were seated at the second floor.

    Ordered African chicken and grilled codfish. Loved the sauce on the chicken. Found the codfish a bit bland to my taste.

    Service was above average.

    African Chicken Grilled codfish
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    A Lorcha: Portuguese/Macanese Food

    by swiftfoot Written Jan 28, 2012

    Portuguese food. In the vicinity of A-ma Temple and Moorish Barracks.

    Reservations recommended (all tables were taken at 1 pm, and had to wait 45 minutes). 70 meters from Restaurante Litoral.

    Favorite Dish: Ox tongue stewed in red wine sauce. (strikingly similar to the lengua dish at Beehive Restaurant in Cebu City, Philippines)

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    Portas Do Sol: Dumplings with a Twist

    by swiftfoot Written Jan 27, 2012

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    Great dimsum in lavishly lighted atmosphere.

    We tried the:
    Steamed dumplings with scallops and clams
    Braised beef brisket and tendon in Chu Hou sauce
    Steamed river shrimp dumplings flavoured with basil

    and all were delicious. The beef tendons are so tender, they melt in your mouth.

    At 2 pm, the place was still full and busy, but service was courteous and efficient.

    Located at the 2nd floor of Hotel Lisboa, East Wing Entrance.

    Reservations recommended.

    Favorite Dish: The basil flavoured steamed river shrimp dumpling was interesting, a first for me. The basil fragrance went well with the shrimps.

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  • Miramar: Don't miss the exquisite Portuguese food

    by celiabra Written Jan 5, 2012

    I have been in Miramar restaurant and I loved its delightful Portuguese food
    It's an extreme relaxing place for recovering and balance with the fun and excitement of Macau's night.

    Thanks for letting me share this experience!

    http://www.miramar.com.mo/

    Favorite Dish: Cataplana pork with clams & shrimp
    Wet monkfish with prawns rice
    "Jaquinzinhos" Marinated with Onions & Garlic

    Outdoor with a sea view
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  • Lemongrass Macau Thai Cafe: Best Thai Food in Macau!

    by hondayuko Written Nov 7, 2011

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    I went to this Restaurant and Food was excellent!
    I'm a Thai food lover and finally there's a place in Macau that serves real Thai food, not the Chinese-Thai blend that you find in most of the places...they have same quality as you would find in a good place in Bangkok!
    Service was nice, usually Macau restaurants outside casinos are really bad in service but this place was nice..manager spoke Japanese and used to live in Japan, I guess that's why.
    I had a delicious Pork Neck Waterfall recommended by the chef and all the food was super tasty...portions big and prices cheap...Highly recommended.
    They gave us a signature drink on the house called Macau Breeze that was refreshing and we had a nice affordable Portuguese wine that matches the food perfectly.
    They do have delivery service as well which I've also tried and every time food taste better!
    I'm lokking forward for my next visit to Lemongrass Macau.

    Favorite Dish: Nam Tok Kor Moo Yang....great Pork based dish with herbs and matches perfectly with Sticky rice...which they also serve here.
    Tom Kah Kai...Superb Coconut Chicken Soup....I had to repeat the order...
    Pad Thai Chicken...Thai fried noodles!

    Lemongrass Thai Cafe
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    DIM SUM: SMALL BUT GOOD

    by RoyJava Updated Sep 20, 2006

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    It is difficult to explain the Chinese and Macanese delicacies if you donot know the exact name. Well, DIM SUM we know all as the uniquely Cantonese "meal", eaten as breakfast, brunch or lunch. Although the term literally means "to touch the heart", I do prefer "snack". Because eating DIM SUM is a social occasion and some you should do in a group huh? I love to be together with your special friends and family, having a chat, a snack, a drink ... and share all of this, don't you?

    Favorite Dish: The DIM SUM delicacies are normally steamed in small bamboo basket, or stir fried in oil. There are many different dishes and I always choose the shrimpy ones. Don't try to order everything at once. That will be too much for sure ...

    The DIM SUM we had here were ourageous! A very local small restaurant, where a lot of Macanese enjoyed their DIM SUM, so we felt good! Thanks to my brother ...

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    Oxtail In San Sai Kai, Macau???: Try The Exquisite Stew

    by RoyJava Updated Sep 20, 2006

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    This is unique! The delicious Oxtail Stew in Macau! People still donot know if the Dutch or the Jamaicans brought this to Macau, though just try it... it's worth! It is quite extraordinary the dish became popular with the Macanese. Donot really know where in Macau it was, so ... will find out soon!

    And found it! The place is named San Sai Kai COmidas Portuguesa, ofcourse the people donot understand any Portuguese ... The place is not that easy to find, and maybe tourists will be anxious entering the place. There are pictures on the wall, so just give it a try!

    Favorite Dish: The Oxtail Stew is cooked in a very special way and a superbe experience in Macau! It's said this is the only place where you can have this dish. Even the potatoes are in it and it's served with bread, and some rice.

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    Streetfood: MANGO on STICKY RICE

    by RoyJava Updated Sep 18, 2006

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    My mam always made me a dessert I really donot know the name of. It is a sticky rice, dressed with fruits. And the fruit I preferred was durian ... the Indonesian name is "ketan duren". So this one should be named "ketan manga". You cannot get it in a restaurant, because it is considered a very local food dish. Well, I'll tell you you will love it! It is a dessert ... to lick your fingers.

    Favorite Dish: In Macau you cannot get the durian dessert I do love that much. Though you can another one ... made of mango! The taste is absolutely delicious, not yielding to the durian in taste! Let it melt in your mouth and enjoy this super mango dessert.

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