Macau

Restaurants

As a former trading center for spices and a melting pot for Portuguese and Chinese cultures, it's little wonder that Macau developed its own very fine cuisine. The Portuguese settlers brought with them sweet potatoes, peanuts, and kidney beans from Br...  Read more >

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Icon_dollar2 360° Café International Macau Peninsula
Icon_dollar3 António Portuguese Taipa Village, Taipa
Icon_dollar1 Carlos Macanese/Portuguese Near the Docks nightlife district
Icon_dollar2 Clube Militar de Macau Macanese/Portuguese Downtown
Icon_dollar2 Fernando's Portuguese Colôane; in a row of shack restaurants (it's the one closest to the beach)
Icon_dollar2 IFT Educational Restaurant Macanese/Portuguese Macau Peninsula; on the grounds of the former Mong-Ha Fortress
Icon_dollar1 Nga Tim Cafe Portuguese/Macanese/Cantonese Coloane Village; across from the Chapel of St. Francis Xavier
Icon_dollar2 Restaurante Espaco Lisboa Portuguese Colôane Village
Icon_dollar2 Restaurante Litoral Macanese/Portuguese Macau Peninsula
Icon_dollar3 Robuchon au Dôme French Near Downtown
Icon_dollar1 Wong Chi Kei Congee & Noodle Cantonese Senado Square, not far from the tourist office
Icon_dollar2 Xin Asian Hotpot Cotai
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