Category: Chinese Bakery

Bird’s Paradise Continuing Food Search

Speaking of local street food, there are several shops start from neighboring street stalls to dine in great spots almost half a century. It is worthwhile mention it again here. Kung Chai Kei The Bird’s paradise at Rua da Colina established almost half a century since 1977 back then. The traditional hand crafted, silk pulling coffee and milk tea is...

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...

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...

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...

Horta da Mitra Seng Kei Rice Rolls

Every time revisiting Horta da Mitra, it always immerse with a kind of simple, easy to find location looking for great food. They never appeared as one of the most busiest tourist attraction point; What they try to promote themselves was the true human touches of Macau’s neighborhood area and captured over hunderd years of homy-hearted ambience; that’s why their...

Fai Chi Kei Tea Restaurant Cheung Kong

For most Macau local communities, yum cha is part of their lives. From the past called “the tea house stairs”, till today’s “chinese restaurants” or even the famous “Cha Chaan Teng”, made chinese dim sums; It has entirely transformed to its current eating habits. In the past, the traditional flavor of “one cup two dim sims” traditional dining habit almost...

Lai Wah Coloane

Located on the street behind Keu Kei (known as Rua do Caetano), operating a new, macanese-style restaurant. I believe it is not a spot that people are familiar with; this shop has been in business since the 1980s. The location is just around the corner of red houses; opposite comes a chicky, five-story high houses; having beautiful trees and vines...

Coloane Kiu Kei Cafe

Today just finished off walking around the Morro de Hac Sa Family Trail at Long Chao Kok; it mearly took us an hours walk journey. Right after, everyone’s start to think of Kiu Kei Cafe which, needless to say; all arrived at Coloane’s Avenida de Cinco de Outubro meeting area; all spent only five minutes time for a street car...

Macau’s best golden biscuit

The best traditional snacks located at the Senado Square Macau; “Pun Veng Kei” golden crunchy biscuit, has a history of more than 70 years in Macau. This “Street cart” pastry stall has long queues almost every single day. Remembering the flagship store’s memories located next to the pepper-cake stores at Rua da Palha; Listening to the mahjong noises inside the...

Pui Kei Coffee Shop

Located in the old town of Rua da Cunha Taipa; the hidden Cha Chaan Teng, Pui Kei Cafe has a history of more than 40 years. It also opened a sub-branch in Iao Han District at the beginning of this year. Passing by one of the prosperous streets with simple outfit; everyone might thought it was one of the ordinary...