Macao is the meeting ground of cuisine from across the world. International cuisine is well represented here by Italy, France, Brazil, … etc. Portuguese cuisine, one of Macao’s tourist draw-cards, is made up of the Portuguese style and the local style with elements taking from Portugal, India, Malaysia and China’s Canton.
Macao boasts of a dazzling array of Portuguese wines. As a port enjoying duty free privilege, Macao has attracted global liquor suppliers in droves. Traditional Chinese wines have also gained a footing in the local liquor scene.
Macao’s bakeries are booming with all sorts of deserts, snack food, egg and cheese rolls, etc. They also have those delights for you to take home as a gift for your family and friends.
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|African Chicken||Codfish Croquettes|
|New York Cheese Cake||Portuguese style egg tart|
While restaurants specializing in Cantonese cuisine line the streets of Macao, there are other alternatives for you to venture into the exotic French style food, Portuguese Style food and some of the famed cuisines from mainland China: Beijing Cuisine, Sichuan cuisine and Huai-yang cuisine. If you want to eat in an Art Deco surround of a restaurant, the Macao Club and the Army Club are best for you. A number of Chinese-style restaurants are tucked near the Avenue of Almeida Reibeiro. Some of the Tai restaurants can be found on the Erma Avenue. Recent years have seen the increasing popularity of Taiwan style teahouses in Macao, and most of them are clustering in the New Bridge District and the Di Jing Garden of the New Port.
|Alorcha (Macao Peninsular)||CAFÉ MADEIRA|
|Clube Militar de Macao (Macao Peninsular)||O Santos (Taipa Island)|
|SOLMAR (Macao Peninsular)||Taipa Rua da Cunha (Cunha Food Street)|