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.
Whether you’re craving something ultra-traditional, luxurious or cheap and cheerful, these Italian restaurants will effectively transport you to the Mediterranean.
The restaurant is named after owner Alfonso Iaccarino’s two-Michelin-starred restaurant Don Alfonso 1890 in a hamlet outside of Naples.
Getting together with friends and family to share food is a time-honoured Italian tradition, and Galaxy Macau’s Terrazza Italian Restaurant has mastered the art of hospitality.
If you’re looking to impress a client or simply feel like indulging, city-side dwellers will find what they are looking for at Caffé B.
Designed to look like a classic fast-paced Italian eatery, Pronto showcases high, vaulted ceilings, terracotta marble accents and a wood-fired oven as a backdrop.
Established in 2003, Antica Trattoria has earned a reputation for honest, hearty food.
For a real neighbourhood vibe, you can’t beat Old Taipa’s La Cucina Italiana.
Find authentic Southern Italian food at Wynn Macau’s Ristorante Il Teatro.