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.
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.
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 has three locations around town, leading a new wave of specialty coffee shops.
Designed with Australian coffee culture in mind, this refreshing coffee shop offers a variety of experimental coffees, cakes and light bites.
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.
Whether you’re craving something ultra-traditional, luxurious or cheap and cheerful, these Italian restaurants will effectively transport you to the Mediterranean.