Macau Restaurant 澳门茶餐厅

As the name implies, this is a Macau food inspired cafe/ restaurant tat is quite popular & they have a few outlets. We went to the one at 25-27 Lock Road (尖沙咀樂道25-27號) which serves their famous pork cutlet bun (猪扒包). FYI, in case you also blur blur like us, there is one just opposite this outlet which is called Macau Cafe. It does NOT serve the famous bun for breakfast, it’s only available at teatime. You will need to climb up a flight of stairs to reach the cafe. However, for the one tat we visited it serves the bun in the morning as well & you do NOT need to climb any staircase 😉

Anyway, guess we weren’t fated to taste the famous bun. We actually ordered breakfast menu set B which was the wrong one! Set B comes with luncheon meat with macaroni in tomato beef brisket soup & a crispy bun with butter & condensed milk 😦 The correct set should b A. See for yourself the menus avail in the pics below, & what we ordered (a cup of tea with milk each & a pineapple bun to share).

Check out the breakfast set menu :)

Check out the breakfast set menu 🙂

The ala-carte menu

The ala-carte menu

The fragrant milk tea & crispy pineapple bun

The fragrant milk tea & crispy pineapple bun

Luncheon meat w/ macaroni & crispy bun

Luncheon meat w/ macaroni & crispy bun

The tea with milk was pretty fragrant & I like it tat the milk was thick enough ^^ The pineapple bun was pretty crispy too 🙂 But the macaroni was like home-cooked style I guess, v typical so I also felt like ordering the famous pork cutlet bun to try! But we felt quite full after the whole meal so it was pretty impossible to add on any more food. Nonetheless, I bought 2 Portuguese egg tarts for takeaway as it is quite a popular item in this restaurant too. It costs HK$7 each (about S$1.30 each).

Luckily, the egg tarts didn’t fail me! Phew… though as u can see, it’s a bit too oily hehe…… 久久吃一次, ok lah! 😛

Yummy portugese egg tart!

Yummy portugese egg tart!

Just a side note, DON’T expect great service from the restaurant staff, they are the typical (or should I say “traditional Hong Kong service staff” that u used to get b4 Hong Kong improve their service standards?) Hongkongers who can just “flare up” for no reason by throwing u the menu u requested, & so on……

Here’s an online forum tat gathers customer reviews on this restaurant: http://www.openrice.com/restaurant/sr2.htm?shopid=1993. Check it out =)

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