The piquant, odoriferous balichão sauce – the one ingredient distinguishing Macanese cooking from its Asian counterparts.
As Macanese cuisine starts to earn more recognition on the global stage, more young locals are choosing to train as chefs, providing a talented pool of resources for the future of Macao’s food industry.
Anthony Sousa Tam is one of the top chefs in Shanghai – but his roots are forever planted in his hometown. Meet one of Macao’s most talented culinary representatives in mainland China.
Coffee at night? More late-night café bars are popping up around Macao, but what’s turning the city’s coffee-drinkers into night owls? We speak with four local cafes that keep late hours.
We may not be able to travel freely, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have international adventures right here in Macao. On the Cotai Strip, stamp your culinary passport without even booking a flight.
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.
With its Chinese and Portuguese roots, Macao has a long history of tea and coffee culture which you can experience in its vibrant cafés. From traditional teahouses to modern coffee shops, we explore the evolving scene.
Chef Michele Dell’Aquila brings more than 20 years of international culinary training and a refreshing new vision to the table at The Manor, the signature restaurant at The St. Regis Macao.