Food & Drink

Tai Long Fong Teahouse

Known for its afternoon Cantonese opera performances and traditional dim sum dishes, this old-school teahouse restaurant is one of the last of its kind. If you are looking for excellent food, atmosphere and entertainment, family-run Tai Long Fong delivers on all counts. 

Lan Heong Kuok Teahouse

Take a trip back in time at Lan Heong Kuok. The family-owned teahouse stays true to tradition with its hand-written menus, Chinese watercolour paintings, handmade dim sum dishes and various types of rice dumplings – all created from family recipes passed down for three generations.

Almond flour tortillas by Chef Maggie Chiang

Chef and restaurateur Maggie Chiang combines her culinary experience in France and Italy with a love of fine art. The winner of the 2015 Young Entrepreneur Excellence Award shares her versatile tortilla recipe – perfect for sweet or savoury toppings.

Tryangle Roastery & Coffee Co.

Tryangle Roastery & Coffee Co has three locations around town, leading a new wave of specialty coffee shops.

Brew Lab

Designed with Australian coffee culture in mind, this refreshing coffee shop offers a variety of experimental coffees, cakes and light bites.

Macanese Bolo Menino by Chef Wong Meng Kang

The 11th Macanese Cooking Competition winner Wong Meng Kang, a Commis I Chef (First Cook) at Wynn Macau, reimagines the classic Macanese Bolo Menino. Here’s how to make the dish at home.

7 of the best Italian restaurants in Macao for family, business and entertainment

Whether you’re craving something ultra-traditional, luxurious or cheap and cheerful, these Italian restaurants will effectively transport you to the Mediterranean.

Casa Don Alfonso

The extensive menu at Grand Lisboa’s Casa Don Alfonso features a range of dishes inspired by the fourth-generation chef —

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