Macao Restaurants

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Macao Restaurants

  • Almost Portuguese food

    After two weeks in China we decided to use lunch in Macao to eat Portuguese food, so we asked the driver/guide to leave us at a good Portuguese restaurant. He left us here. It was curious, because we use to say that in Portugal we have 100 ways to cook "bacalhau" (codfish), and we found there... the 101st one. It was good, the wine was Portuguese,...

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  • Chinese

    We were staying in the Sintra hotel and had spotted how popular the restaurant was, we had to try it.Large selection on the menu and not dissapointed with our choice, good tasty food and plenty of vegetarian choices for Mrs Bonio.Cocktails on offer too, Pimms was a mystery for a while............

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  • Home-made ice-cream

    This place is called Lai Kei and it is a local ice-cream, small and simple family restaurant. It has been here for years and years, from generation to generation. The menu still keeps both Chinese and Portuguese languages. The restaurant is super clean and their ice-creams are all home-made. As to me is the best place to eat 'true' ice-cream.I pay...

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  • Estabelicimento de Comidas Lok Kei

    Very off-the-beaten track local restaurant in the old neighbourhood along Macau peninsula. Try the rice crispy fish balls, congee and fried noodles (each MOP20 and under).

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  • Rico's Estabelicimento de Comidas

    A real off-the-beaten track Macanese restaurant that gets filled up fast during dinner hours. Try the stuffed chicken with flavoured rice, a serving of oxtail soup, African chicken (quite spicy), Portuguese style stir-fried clams, balcahau in mashed potatoes.

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  • LEITARIA I SON

    milk bar offering milk with everything - fruit, chocolate, eggs, ice creams, puddings and breakfasts. The famous two-layer milk curd

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  • Macanese

    This restaurant on Largo Senado specialize in Macanese cuisine, a mixture of Portuguese and Chinese. Decent food, good price for its location.

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  • Portuguese

    Camoes is a great but slightly expensive restaurant on Fisherman's wharf with a great balcony view over the action in the mall below. Baked Duck breast rice.

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  • Macanese Buffett at Holiday inn Macau

    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...

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  • Food Street at Taipa Village

    If you 're interested in food,there 're numerous restaurants along the Rua da Cunha or so called Food Street. It's a popular place for Portuguese, Macanese, Chinese, or Italian cuisine.

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  • Portuguese Egg Tart

    This is the food you must try when you are in Macao , you will see this when you walk along the street to St. Paul's Church . Eat it while its still hot from the oven .

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  • Portuguese Food

    At the Senate Square, there are lots of restaurant, But since Macau was previously ruled by Portuguese we choose to dine in a Portuguese restaurant. Also in The Venetia there various restaurant that suited to your taste.

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  • Local cafe delights

    UPDATE: Fellow VTer ajc3456 claimed that the restaurant is no longer in business (circa Aug 08)There isn't anything much in way of decor and ambience, just a 2 storey setup with white tiled walls but it certainly serves up good local fare for cheap prices. The cafe sold a bevy of dishes - rice, noodles, buns, cakes, drinks, sandwiches etc. You will...

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  • Delicious tarts and wonderful atmosphere

    Coloane is such a wonderful place, and this tiny little cafe is the perfect place to stop in for some delicious European-style refreshments and soak up the atmosphere of this sleepy little village.The food is perfect, and very reasonably priced. Portuguese egg tart, of course - probably the best there is!

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  • Margaret's Cafe -- OR -- Patio do...

    We ate dinner at a great little restaurant called either "Margaret's Cafe" or "Patio do Commandante Matei e Olivera." Both signs were near the restaurant, but I think the Patio de Commandante is the correct name. This little pocket of local flavor is located near the corner of Avenida de Joao IV and Avenida do Infante D. Henrique just a few blocks...

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  • Small Restaurant just off Largo Senado

    For lunch in Macau, we ate at a small Restaurant just off Largo Senado opposite the Leal Senado building. It was a local restaurant in a three-story building specializing in fried noodles. We had these noodles along with light, crispy deep fried chunks of beef and pieces of shrimp. Though it was very unusual compared to what we were used to, it was...

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  • Macanese Dining

    Macanese food is like a cross between the cuisines of Macau and Portugal - fabulous!Lots of seafood, but also other dishes:Baked Crab, Crab with Soyabean Sauce, Duck with Herbs, Pork with Tamarind etc.

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  • Fun with your food

    Seafaring decor, Macanese seafood, which is like a cross between the cuisines of Macau and Portugal. And the best part - you are expected to dig in, really enjoy your food and make a mess. Instead of a napkin your table setting includes an apron to wear while you wrestle with your crab or whatever. We loved the aprons so much we bought one each for...

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  • Authentic Local Portugese/Macao food

    I'm sorry I can't remember exactly the road to this place but you'd need to walk into one of those small lanes in Senado Square. It is quite hidden.I remember that it is behind the Watson's and Osim store. I stumbled upon this restaurant when I approached the attendant at Osim and asked her where do they have authentic Macao food and she referred...

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  • Japanese

    Excellent Japanese restaurant in the Fisherman's wharf complex. Tasty beef with udon noodles for me and vegetable tempura for Mrs B, several other vegetarian choices too. Food not to be faulted in a friendly and well priced restaurant, Bonio recommends.

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  • Macanese Dish, famous African chicken

    Macao was once a crossing point of trade between the East and the West. So also in food, we find mixture of various cultures.Macanese cuisine is very unique.The famous African Chicken is spicy grilled chicken with coconut flavor.Crab stewed in Curry Sauce is one of the typical Macanese dish.You can also enjoy grilled sardine (Sardine Salad)...

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  • Leave space in your stomach for...

    Espaco Lisboa is in Coloane Island. A taxi will take you from Senado to the island in about 20 minutes. This restaurant is located in a very rustic, quiet area. You can walk to Saint Francis Zavier Chapel in a few minutes.Here they serve standard Portuguese dish such as grilled sardine, codfish croquette, roasted chicken. They also serve uncured...

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  • Don't Miss Seafood Rice!

    O-santos is a small local restaurant that serves very delicious Portuguese dish. Many local people gather here and enjoy talking with the restaurant owner over wine and seafood rice. The atmosphere is very friendly and you will feel as if you were at home. Seafood RiceThis is a dish like Italian risotto. Rice, codfish, octopus, shrimp, clams are...

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  • Near the Senado Square!

    This high-ceilinged restaurant is the only Latin restaurant in all of Macau It is a Fusion of Spanish, Portugese and Macanese Cooking. Many Portugese foods are similar to spanish cooking as I have noticed here since I am familiar of spanish cooking since The Philippines was colonized by spain for more than 300 years and many filipino dishes are...

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  • Macau's Signature Natas

    Try the Natas, a delicious egg-tart in a light, flaky pastry shell.The egg-tart, while big in HK as well, is special to Macau because of the ‘splash’ of coconut added to the typical ingredients of egg, egg yolk, milk, and sugar all baked in a light, flaky crust. For an extra-special affect, they also add some crystallized sugar to the top,...

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  • Yummy noodles!

    This place is also one of my favorites for eating noodles. It opens very early in the morning and it is always full of people. I usually get the noodles and eat them at office as my breakfast.Warning: the place is small, if it doesn’t bother you, you might have to share a table with somebody else.

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  • Home-made noodles

    For me this place is a must, I really like it coming here to eat noodles (try the gai si lou min). This place features Myramar cuisine, it is very popular among locals and is always full. You can see from outside articles of newspapers and magazines sticking to the glass. These are reviews from people (some of them well-known people) who have...

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  • Good sushi!

    When I have a craving for sushi I always come to this place. Although it is a small space (the only table it is a narrow counter that accommodates 3-4 persons), however, it is clean and the sushi is well refrigerated, no worries. What I usually do is, I go there, take a small take-away plate, choose 12 pieces (it costs 20 patacas) and then I eat...

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  • Thai restaurant

    The food is great and the ambience is terrific! It's along Fisherman's warf with a view of the bridge to Taipa Island.

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  • value for money japanese food

    we had about 4 hours left before our flight so we went shopping in the New Yaohan shopping centre. Found this japanese restaurant inside the shopping centre itself. I think its one the 4th or 5th floor. They had quite a variety of lunch sets at reasonalbe prices so we went in to try. The restaurant overlooks the pier where the HK-Macau ferries...

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  • RDS Fried Chicken

    An off-the-beaten path local fried chicken shop that even sells herbal tea to sooth your mouth and throat due to all the fried foods. Try the half/full chicken set meal which includes drinks and potato wedges. It does get a little oily though.

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  • Red Spot Cafe

    A great little restaurant that offers Macanese and Western cuisine in one. Try the famous home made meat pies, eg. curry chicken. The small pizzas are also delightful.

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  • Serrdura

    This little dessert shop is famous for its "sawdust" pudding which consists of bread crumbs in soft pudding. Try the mango "sawdust" pudding for MOP7.50.

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  • Macanese Food

    Macanese food is quite multicultural.. it is a mixture of food from all over the world. All cultures like Portuguese, Chinese, African, and Indian are intertwined in the dishes. The bakeries are great too.

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  • Homies'

    A local hot dog joint right by the old European buildings that house the Central Library and Tap Seac Art Gallery. A combo of a Jumbo hot dog and drink for MOP16.

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  • Can't pass up this hidden gem!

    Karen and I ask somei=one on the street for a good local place to eat and were turn on to this place. We stood outside and across the street from the restaurantwonderng if that was it and was it open. After seeing someone coming out looking satisfied, we decided to give it a go. To our delight it was one of the best places I have ever eaten. A...

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  • Egg Rolls

    On your way to the ruins of St. Paul, you'll pass by shops that sell local products. One of which you have to try is the egg roll. They come in assorted flavours. It's yummy and will make a good gift for your friends and family at home. All the egg rolls are freshed made, one by one.

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  • Portuguese egg tarts

    Unlike the regular egg tarts, the portuguese egg tarts has a crispy crust. It's kind of interesting to see that the egg tarts looking a bit different from the ones i usually have. Nevertheless, it still taste pretty much the same.

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  • Pork Chop Bun, Pineapple bun

    A must try when you are in macao! You can find this is practically all the cafes in macao. Cheap and yummy!

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  • Fresh and Excellent Portugese Seafood

    Located on Hac Sa Beach just a few meters from the water, a seafood dinner at Fernando's is a great way to end a day exploring Coloane Island. Locals and tourists alike come in droves for the gigantic portions of authentic Portugese seafood. The grilled fish were flaky and tender, served with freshly chopped onions, parsley, and a drizzle of olive...

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  • Solmar: Not all it's cracked up to...

    While Solmar is called an institution for fresh seafood in Macau, I went there with my family and we all found the food to be quite tasteless and unappetizing. My father's grilled fish had actually been battered and deep-fried, was soaked in grease, and my sister's steak had a rubbery consistency and a very strange red color, while the soups that...

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  • Great Breakfast or Lunch Downtown

    For an absolutely lovely sidewalk cafe experience downtown, go to Margaret's Cafe e Nata. You can order a wonderful selection of freshly baked breads, cakes, and pastries, including of course the famous egg custard tarts. I went there for breakfast every day I was in Macau. Margaret is jovial and accomodating, and even remembered me from my last...

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  • Egg tart..Yummy...Yummy!!!

    I like to eat cake and bakery and I'm also like Egg tart from Lord Stow's Bakery so when I went to Macau...I didn't miss to go to taste Egg tart at original shop.Lord Stow's Bakery's a cute little bakery and now it has more franchises in 5 conutries (Thailand, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Philippines) Lord Stow's Bakery, started by Andrew Stow, has...

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  • Skip the Gambling, Go for the Food!

    While this buffet is situated in the Sands Casino, and you'll no doubt have to wait a few minutes for a table in the evening, it is actually one of the most incredible deals in Macau! For MP138 for lunch/MP188 dinner all-you-can-eat, the Sands Casino buffet has literally meters of every type or style of gourmet cuisine that one would imagine:...

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  • Lord Stow's: Definitely Worth the Trip...

    Lord Stow's is a relaxing place to take a simple but superb meal on Coloane. Apart from a daily selction of fresh salads, soups, sandwiches, and quiches, they also have a wide array of organic teas and the best pastries on all of Macau. The actual bakery is a stand-up affair where one orders at the counter, but around the corner you can step into...

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