I always enjoy heading over to Macau because of all the fantastic food on offer. I arrived in Macau after holidaying in Europe, and stayed for around 5 days - I tried to pack as much tasty food in as I could!
One of my favourite dishes - Portuguese baked chicken, a dish that always demands rice to soak up all that creamy sauce.
Yum cha is always on the hit list when on a HK/Macau trip:
Deep fried milk custard
Fried bean curd roll
Malay steamed sponge cake
One of my favourite dishes - Rice noodle roll with XO sauce
Fried fish balls
Mini egg tarts
On the day I arrived back from Europe, I was pretty jet-lagged so we had lunch at this little cafe nearby:
They had a pretty cool selection of snacks and drinks
Shame I had to save myself for a massive family dinner that night, otherwise I would have ordered more!
Salmon rice paper rolls
Hokkaido milk coffee
This was what I was saving myself for :P Definitely the highlight of the night - sweet, crispy suckling pig. It was freakin' awesome!
It was my aunt's birthday so we had these peach 'long life' buns - I was stuffed by this point so it was struggle town finishing it...
Managed to get my sushi fix too whilst I was there
Mango and pomelo dessert - so refreshing!
Fish ball noodle soup
Iced horlicks - I always get this whenever I'm at a 'cha chaan teng'
And of course, you can't visit Macau without eating their pork chop buns