Category: Afternoon Tea Time

San Man Kei Pork Chop

On a clear Saturday morning, it is time to hunt for a rich breakfast. Avoid getting too much trouble looking for a parking space near Northern Districts of Porto Cerco; One of my friend insisted revisiting this tea restaurant today; what we are referring was closeby to Portas Cerco Shopping Centre, the pork chop noodle shop. For me giving a...

Macanese Chilicotes

In every festivals, the top three Macanese treasures (Fried turmeric pastries, Pork croquette, and Potato Curry Samosa) are indispensable for most catering households food items. Chilicotes, one of the western fried pasty puffs, is one of the Christmas and New Year must have party snacks. Fried Chilicotes is a kind of deep-fried meat pastry, originated from the traditional Portuguese fried...

The Long History Ice Cream Lai Kei

Yes, bingo, you got it right; That’s the nostalgic ice cream shop, a must eat shop when everyone visit Macau. It has been in business for more than eighty years, including the “cart trolleys” initiated back in the 1960s; Till they moved to the Ho Lan Luen store. The Lai Kei ice cream currently operated by the third generations, mainly...

Macanese Curry Samosa

Today we will introduce every Macanese family most popular knowing-how to make “The Macanese Samosas”. Apart from that, Other popular Macanese food also included Apabicos, Chilicote, Chilicote-Folhas, and fried curry minced pork Pãozinhos, Recheado etc. The Authentic samosa The traditional Indian mixed vegetable curry samosa we ate nowadays; was all about the delicious aromas with mustard and mint alienated sauce...

Street Food at Bird’s Paradise

As one of the neighboring grown ups from Bird’s Paradise, made up three meals a day in the nearby restaurants and street everyday indeed, always inseparable. Why called Bird Garden? The Bird Garden is an historical residential area, divided by the old city wall in early Macau. The nearby woods and green bushes all densely scattered, which lots of birds...

Mercado de S. Domingos Municipal Complex

St. Dominic’s Food Mall is located on the third floor of the Municipal Complex Market, one of the oldest property stationed in Macau. Counting back its operation since 1998, it has a long history of more than twenty years. If you wish to eat some authentic local flavors, the Dominic’s Food Mall can find lots of varieties and specialties that...

Michele Pasteleria

The business earned a long history of forty years operations. The Western-style cake shop near Zuk Lam Temple, Estrada de Coelho do Amaral, looks simple, direct from the outside, leaving behind the nostaligic setups back in the 1980s. When the everyday egg tarts are baked and ready at noon time, quite often formed in a long queue everyday, getting their...

Portuguese Bakery

Portuguese Bakery is located in one of the hidden street corners; A very well known street named Beco do Sal “Salt Lane”. Yet which, that already existed from the 1950s onwards, a closeby alleyway directing to Rua da Praia do Manduco, a main street focusing on food tradings. When you see the street named “Salt”, everyone might aware already the...

The Lou Kou Hin Kei Myanmar Food

Patronising Hin Kei since childhood, Hin Kei Noodles has been its operations for more than 20 years; established historical Myanmar food and cultural influences in Macau. Like the neighboring Po Kei, Nga Tim, and San On Lok Yuen, they all mainly serve Southeast Asian Myanmar style noodles. Let’s go back to the migration trends led in the early 1970s. That...

Heavy Weighted Beef Tongue with XO sauce and Fried Egg Bun

Unknowingly, Tak Fung Gourmet has opened several branches, located in Rua da Bairro and Fai Chi Kei. Every time you reached there, you don’t have to worry about what you want gonna eat that day; All food photos plastered on the entire wall area, so you can see at one glance. The hot and spicy XO sauce, stacked with fried...