Category: Dried Wonton Skin

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...

Nanyang Taste the Alley Cafe

Located in the alleyway near the three lanterns and Rua da Barca, namely Rua de Martinho Montenegro “Mac San Street”; I believed not too many people get familiar with it. When it comes to the Common Room, Medan, Shanghai Vegetarian Restaurant, the Chicken Kong Kei and so on…. the majority will immediately think of the place around the corner; which...

Mum’s Favorite Sweet wonton dessert

When I was a kid, my mum loved to take me Rua da Palha for shopping, and bought a huge bag of dried wonton wrappers to make a decent family dessert after dinner. I don’t think the younger generations heard about “dried wonton skin”. Last week, my homie queen majesty was nagging for a decent wonton skin sweet dessert. I...