Category Archives: Macau

Chan Kong Kei

Last time we visited Macau we took away our order for half a roast duck.   This time I was going to make an effort to dine in.  Forgetting that the roast duck here was good, I ordered roast goose … Continue reading

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Alberque 1601

Meeting up with Hong Kong foodie friend in Macau who want to try this Portuguese restaurant as they had previously been to Guincho Al Galera where they found that it had gone downhill.   I am always up for whatever … Continue reading

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Tai Lei Loi Kei @ The Venetian

Tai Le Ko Kei is one of the more popular eateries  serving the best pork chops in Macau or shall I say the best ever I have tasted. Pork cooked in lard may sound a bit off putting but putting that … Continue reading

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Lord Stow’s – Worlds Best Portuguese Egg Tarts – Revisited

There is no other place in the world that beats the famous Lord Stow’s  Portuguese Egg tarts.  The light flaky, crispy pastry  cupping some delicious smooth, creamy soft delicate and sweet creamy custard with their signature black spotting on the … Continue reading

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Guincho a Galera – Revisited

Mr Wasabi was so impressed with this place the first time round, that he suggested we visit this place again.  I told my foodie friend who lives in Hong Kong who informed me that they had gone down hill, which … Continue reading

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The Eight Restaurant

The Eight restaurant is an intimate Chinese restaurant with a delightfully lavish interior, offering exquisite Cantonese and Huaiyang cuisine and invites you to experience class.  The restaurant creates a sense of exclusivity, from the moment you enter through a dimly lit corridor … Continue reading

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Guincho a Galera

Hotel Lisboa previously housed the 3 michelin star Joel Rubicon’s Robuchon a Galera until it moved to more modern premises in the Grand Lisboa Hotel across the raod where it changed its name to Robuchon au Dome.    What took its … Continue reading

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Where to Eat in Macau

My recent trip to Macau was nothing short of memorable, even though we stayed one night here.  It had probably been over five years since I was last here.  Nothing much has changed except for more casinos newer shopping complexes … Continue reading

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