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Tag: Macao cuisine

Cunha Street, the most popular old street in Macau

Cunha Street is one of the important constituent streets of Taipa’s old town, and it is also a well-known souvenir street. Chinese name: 官也街 Length: 121m Width: 5m Name time: 1884 English name: Cunha Street Portuguese name: Rua do Cunha Macau has a unique geographical location, different humanities and history, and its architectural style is also a fusion of Eastern culture and Western culture. Because it is close to China and Portugal, it has been affected by them. In addition, Read More

Macau cuisine, delicious in street shops

When it comes to Macau cuisine, everyone thinks of pork shops, almond cookies, and so on. After going to Macao for a long time, you must buy these products. You must buy these things! But it was not easy to come to Macau, wasting time lining up to buy souvenirs, but did not enjoy the customs and customs here. In fact, these are hidden in the alleys of the deep streets and are not surprisingly small, they are the authentic Read More

Macau on the tip of the tongue, the dessert route

Let me give you a wave of “dessert menu” roadmap:Andrew Bakery: the originator of Macau egg tarts;Hong Xin coconut: authentic coconut ice cream;Shengji white porridge: sweet and smooth;Isaac Toast Coffee: Just match the sauce;Macao Ying Kee Bakery: Almond cookies are crunchy and delicious;Lemon Cherokee: Hand-drawn ice cream. 1. Andrew Cake Shop Why can’t you come to Macau to eat Andrew’s egg tart spread all over the streets? Of course, Portuguese tart must be eaten. A small egg tart can always Read More