Saturday, 28 February 2009

Portuguese tarts at Lord Stow's Garden Cafe, Macau

Lord Stow's Bakery, originally owned by an Englishman, Andrew Stow, was the first in Macau to sell Portugese egg tarts. Another popular joint that sells them closer in town is Cafe e Nata, created by ex-wife of Stow when they seperated.

Cafe e Nata is extremely popular, and also seems to be packed full of people! Maybe it's the convenient location, combined with the delicious, flaky tarts that makes this place impossible to find a seat. However, I prefer the quiet ambience at Lord Stow's.

There are various locations of Lord Stow's, mostly all of them are situated on Coloane.

The extensive menu included many main meals and desserts. But of course, you can't go past the thing that they are most famous for...
Piping hot, melt in your mouth tarts. I could eat a tray of these in one sitting! hehe

Papaya milkshake
The lovely garden setting outside

Lord Stow's Bakery

1 Rua da Tassara, Coloane Town Square, Macau

Lord Stow's Garden Cafe

Rua da Cordoaria, 105 Edf. Coloane, Coloane Village, Macau

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