Search no more, for you can dine like a king but be as poor as a peasant. Tucked away along the curb-side of the road, this all-white shop front could ... More
Search no more, for you can dine like a king but be as poor as a peasant. Tucked away along the curb-side of the road, this all-white shop front could easily be missed. Once inside though, this small piece of Macau is most memorable. The service is superb! Always order the clams in wine sauce, but be sure to have a good amount of time to enjoy this spectacular dining experience for as little as MOP100 per person.
We were highly recomended by our friends, we were surprise to find such a beautiful restaurant with truly authentic portuguese and macanese food served by nice people and offering wonderful life music. We will surely recomend this place to everybody, and thanks for the good food. Daniel Paxton, (USA)
The restaurant is in a great location, along the tree-lined Praia Grande, and has an excellent decor. The service was warm, helpful and efficient. The restaurant is a member of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, a famous gastronomic society, so I expected a fantastic meal. What a disappointment! The roast lamb was tough and the paella was tasteless! The paella for two persons, the roast lamb, a bottle of "mineral" water ($4.50) and a Sprite cost $62 with the service charge for the three of us and a cover charges of $1.25 per person. I cannot in good conscience recommend this restaurant, at least not for its food!
IS WAS THE HIGHLIGHT OF MY TRIP TO ASIA TO FIND SUCH A UNIQUE RESTAURANT WITH A SUPERB MENU, POLITE STAFF AND LIVE MUSIC SINGING ALL KIND OF SONGS SPECIALLY LATINO, OVERALL IT MAKES ME FEEL THAT I WAS IN PORTUGAL.
I LIKE THE SERVICE WITH LIFE MUSIC WHICH MAKE THE PLACE SO ROMANTIC AND THE FOOD SERVED WAS AUTHENCTIC PORTUGUESE. TRY THE GRILLED CODFISH, THE RICH PAELLA WITH A JUG OF HOUSE SANGRIA AND DON'T FORGET TO ORDER THEIR FAMOUS BAKED MANGO SERVED WITH ICE CREAM.
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