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Macau is a destination for foodies. From street food to Michelin star restaurants, Macau is something for all tastebuds. Here are some top suggestions on where and what to eat in Macau.

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Macau Food Festival

There are many good reasons why the Macau Food Festival is in event that shouldn't be ignored. Visitors pour into Macau to visit glittering casinos on the Cotai Strip and to explore the unique treasures of Macau's World Heritage city centre. But Macau is also a popular travel destination...
Macau Restaurants The Tasting Room Macau

Tasting Room

For a very small slice of land, Macao has one of the world's most impressive range of Michelin-starred restaurants. Given the high-rollers and business leaders frequently in town, it's no surprise that when it comes to fine dining, the sky's the limit, especially when it comes to French gastronomy. City of...
macao restaurant guide
Dining in Macau poses one key challenge for both visitors and locals: where to eat next? The array of cuisines and chefs make this a difficult choice as, from humble local favourites to Michelin-starred gastronomic temples of fine dining, there´s something for everyone, at every price point. Choosing the...
macau coffee
10 years ago it wasn’t easy to find a real cup of coffee in Macau. Aside from espressos served at Portuguese restaurants, finding a good coffee was a frustrating affair, which often had me wishing I was back in Europe. “What a difference a decade makes!” is a phrase often...
African Chicken Macanese dish
Over the past decade, Macau has planted itself quite firmly on the world map when it comes to tourism. There are plenty of places to visit in Macau. Riding the wave of new casinos and 2006 UNESCO World Heritage designation, the former Portuguese colony has become a surprisingly impressive...
portuguese wine glass
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....