Another long overdue holiday post, but this time on some of the wonderful eats in Macau.
I had seen rave reviews about Fernando's at Hac Sa beach, so decided to go there for lunch on one of our free days. We arrived around 12:45pm and there was a sizeable queue, we had to wait for around 30-40 minutes. Luckily, there is a nice courtyard area and a bar so waiting is pleasant enough.
After a bit of research, I decided that the suckling pig was a must order.
Complimentary bread to fill up on if you're starving from the wait. It's also handy if you have ordered a dish with lots of sauce.
Glorious crackling skin!! Unfortunately, the chips and salad are nothing to write home about, but the star of the show more than makes up for it.
Whilst it's not the best looking dish, the stuffed squid was so tender and flavoursome.
I would definitely advise arriving early to beat the rush, as it is a very popular place.
Praia de Hac Sa, No. 9 Coloane, Macau
I lost count the amount of times I had late night dessert in Hong Kong and Macau:
Mango and pomelo sago
Pot plant tiramisu
Macau are well known for their portuguese tarts. The line are Margaret's cafe e nata in town are usually insane, with the line snaking around the corner.
Highly recommend heading to Lord Stow's garden cafe in Coloane instead - it is out of the way, but is a lovely little cafe with a variety of food and drink options.
Lord Stow's Garden Cafe
Rua da Cordoaria, 105, Edf. Coloane, Coloane Village, Macau
Open daily 10:30am to 7:00pm