The breadth and depth of the range of Portuguese wine available in Macao is second only to that of Lisbon. Prior to Handover in December 1999, Macao had been under Portuguese administration for 450 years and wine would have not only been part of the ship’s provisions but was traded, too....
San Sebastian, a beach resort town in Spain’s Basque Country, is famous for its pintxo (the local equivalent of tapas), and its high number of quality restaurants. It is famous for having more Michelin star restaurants per head of the population than any other city in the world. That...
Look out, Macau chefs, there’s a new kid on the chopping block! For years, the city has been famed for its restaurants serving Portuguese, Chinese and Macanese cuisine, but recently they’ve had to start contending with Italian cuisine.In particular, 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana, which comes with a quiver-full...
Move over Michelin and Macanese. It’s time to highlight some cheap places to find Macau food and drink for visitors who are eager to try something a little bit off the beaten path. Here are 10 you might want to try in Macau. Macau food and drink on a budget 1- Café...
Nobody ever goes hungry in Macau – from multi-starred restaurants to hole-in-the-wall joints selling Portuguese egg tarts, the city’s like one enormous buffet. And nobody ever gets bored in Macau – where the roulette wheels spin 24 hours a day and there’s always something fun to do, be it bungy...
It's easy to choose a Macau restaurant if you're a carnivore but if you're a vegetarian, how do you find a vegetarian restaurant in Macau? First, the good news. Chinese Buddhists have a tradition of vegetarianism among monks, and many lay people eat vegetarian food on holy days. Now, the...
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