A well-patronised restaurant in the centre of Macau, Henri's has been cooking up some of the best dishes in the area for over twenty years. The ... More
A well-patronised restaurant in the centre of Macau, Henri's has been cooking up some of the best dishes in the area for over twenty years. The interior is still in pretty good condition even after all these years of serving up quality food to eager customers. African chicken and Portuguese soups are the most popular dishes. The prawns are enormous, the fish dishes are excellent and meat-fiends will devour the steaks with great gusto. Not much for vegetarians except rather limp salads but the cook will conjure up something if you can explain exactly what you want.
The decor was very sparce, but the food makes up for everything. The service was very good, the prawns were as big as my forearm! It is worth a vist, I will be back.
Just ask a cab driver where a good place ot eat is, they will say Henri's.
Henri's isn't much to look at, but the food is so good that we don't feel like any trip to Macau is complete without a meal here. We have eaten at Fernando's, Pinocchio's, and several of the others. Henri's spices and sauces put them to shame. The clam appetizer with garlic/coriander/chili in wine is so good I could just sit and eat them all afternoon and forget the rest. But then you'd miss the prawns in chili sauce, curried crab, African chicken and the yummy warm bread to sop up those sauces. There is a reason Henri's is still there after so many years. Mmmmmmmm.
Henry's is situated just off the leafy and atmospheric St Paul's Square and the restaurant itself has a pleasant interior
with warm lighting and, unsurprisingly, an oriental slant. There is a great variety on the menu you can take ...
From the outside, this restaurant looks a bit like a hut overgrown with vines. Once inside though, the place extends
out into a huge bungalow and an open air bar. Although there is no air conditioning, the beachfront location ...
This four star property, located in the entertainment district, is approximately five miles from the Macau International Airport, and under
one mile from the Macau Hong Kong Ferry Terminal. Local attractions include the Macau Grand Prix Circuit, Casino Lisboa, ...