I don't know if I am the only one or not but I love to try Mcdonalds in other countries and also to try the Pepsi So I get to compare !
Anyway, I've been to McDonald's in Sanado Square, but it wasn't only for the reason I've mentioned above but for the fact that I hate Asian food! The menu has very limited items, so I ordered Chicken burger sandwich with coke and fries! honestly, the sandwich was awful,it has a funky weird taste , one of the worst Mcdonalds I've been to.
one of the local bakeries that offer assorted macanese goods right in the heart of St. Paul Ruins area. Established in 1935, Choi Heong Yuen Bakery originally focus on the production of dainty traditional chinese pastries, bridal cakes and moon cakes. After all these years, it has became the most popular "Must Visit" souvenir shop in Macau. It also exports its products to U.S.A., Canada and South East Asia. In addition to dehydration, usually some other form of preservative is used in the preparation of beef jerky. Smoking was the traditional method, as it preserved, flavored, and dried the meat simultaneously. Salting is the most common method used today, as it both provides seasoning to improve the flavor as well as preserve the meat. While some methods involve applying the seasonings with a marinade, this can increase the drying time by adding moisture to the meat, so methods that use a dry rub are generally faster.
Favorite Dish: Unpackaged fresh beef jerky made from sliced, whole-muscle meat has been available in specialty stores in Macau at least since the 1970s. The products are purchasable by kilograms, and customers choose from 10 to 20 variations, such as beef or BBQ pork. Some are sold in strands instead of slices. Macau has opened up numerous specialty shops like the Choi Heong Yuen Bakery also, many of which are franchise extensions of stores from Hong Kong. Compared to the sealed packaged versions, unpackaged beef jerky has a relatively short expiration date.
they cost about 68 MOP for 500 grams!
more of the Macanese Food and Sweets and this is the most popular pastellaria in the wholeof macau. Tracing its roots back to a cart selling only crunchy peanut and ginger candy, Koi Kei established its first shop in 1997 and initiated the trend of making almond cake and egg roll immediately upon customer's request.
Favorite Dish: Currently selling over 300 varieties of product, the most popular items include the almond cake, egg roll, crunchy peanut candy, and fillet of beef and pork. Though renowned as a traditional shop, Koi Kei is never conservative in product innovation. A new department was set up specially to invent newrecipes, and has surprised the market with its flair in pastries. Merchandise spills from storefronts onto rickety tables lining the sidewalks. Vendors cook sheets of au jok kohn, a sort of sweet, salty, and deliciously fatty pork jerky, over braziers filled with blazing charcoal but Pasteleria Koi Kei has preserved versions of it which are also tasty but not too salty. they sell at 48 MOP a Pack!
buffett style macanese and portugese and international dishes. Buffet Specializing in Macanese and Cantonese Dishes! frascati cafe has built a reputation for serving excellent macanese and cantonese dishes in a buffett fashion and this is well earned as I have seen and eaten their sumptious dishes. Oxtail Ragout was a knockout as ox tails are my favorite! they also have portugese sardines, Bacalhau (salted cod fish), peri peri chicken, african chicken, stewed pork and assorted cantonese goodies such as congee, hargau shrimp dumplings, century eggs and a whole lot more!
Favorite Dish: opens daily from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm
Luch Buffett starts at 100 MOP and dinner at 150 MOP
Favorite Dish: what else but the knockout portugese oxtail soup! and the stewed pork, what else! the desserts are also good, with mooncakes, pastillerias and off course macanese egg tarts!
Caravela is a Portuguese restaurant in Macau. Located at Mata e Oliveira n.7, this restaurant is a bit difficult to find (it is in a back alley) but if you ask around you should be able to get directions. Google maps pulls up an accurate location if you search "Mata e Oliveira n.7, macau". Caravela features great Portuguese dishes and amazing fresh breads. I went with a group of friends and we were all very satisfied with our meals. We went for an early dinner and the service was fast and the food was fresh.
The staff speaks English
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner
Located near A-Ma Temple, this is a cozy Portuguese restaurant offering great dishes. We did some extensive research on the best restaurants in Macau, and this topped the list. Their reputation is very well-deserved (and more) as everything that we ordered was delicious! The waiters were very efficient, courteous, and made very good recommendations regarding the food.
The place was packed when we went there - fortunately we reserved a table prior to our Macau trip. This is a testament to how locals and tourists alike love this dining institution.
Favorite Dish: Clams in garlic and olive oil (tried the not-spicy one)- very flavorful. I am not fond of clams, but this dish made me a clam fan.
Oxtail Stew - cooked just right, meat is falling off the bones, rich sauce
Char-grilled King Prawns - yummy and juicy
Portuguese seafood rice
Yummy Egg Tart! 6 MOP/egg tart. Although I had originally hoped to taste Lord Stows version ( we have one in the Philippines and I wanted to see if the taste from where it was originated is better), I passed by this bakery that had an inviting display of freshly baked egg tarts and I had to buy me some
The restaurant is serving South East Asian Food (mainly from Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia). The restaurant is small, because the owners are more concentrate on catering/delivery orders. Location isn't so easy to find, but it's not that bad since it's quite in the middle of city area. (opposite Golden Dragon Hotel)
Food are great, it has a scent of home cooking and the price is resonable. The owners are young and multicultural. Therefore, they speak many languages which makes us patrons even feel at ease.
Favorite Dish: I would say most of their dishes are good. But I love Soto Ayam ( Yellow Chicken Soup - From Indonesia), Chicken Curryand Yellow Nice a.k.a (Nasi Kuning)
This place is very famous in its crab porridge, and noodle too. Should try this restaurant when the next time you will be there. Well, i do not know how to describe all the food because it is all writen in chinese.
Favorite Dish: Crab porridge
The biggest imp-ression for me was the tasty Portugese food and in my opinion, the best red wine in the world. I recommend trying a new restaurant every night. Just look for one that is crowded and with an empty table of course.
Favorite Dish: Fish