You can't visit Macau without experiencing Macanese cuisine, which blends spices and other ingredients from Portugal, China, and former Portuguese colonies to create unique local dishes. This inviting restaurant, decorated with whitewashed walls and a stone floor, is a good place to try it, as its proprietress was one of the first women to bring Macanese cuisine out of the family kitchen and offer it to the public with her own restaurant. Curry crab, African chicken, feijoada (a Brazilian stew made from pork, black beans, cabbage,   and spicy sausage) and minchi (minced beef with fried potatoes, onion and garlic) are all recommended, along with Portuguese dishes like green soup and codfish baked with potato and garlic.