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Macanese Cuisine

Posted: 06/03/10

Macanese Cuisine

Restaurant: Macanese_Cuisine Macau

Nelson @ 澳門人葡餐館: I desparately wanted to eat some portugese chicken and try some macanese food. Luckily, after lot's of walking we found a restaurant named Macanese Cuisine. Perfect!

The first picture is of the Baked Portuguese Chicken in bread. It includes stewed chicken, potoatoes, onions and tomatoes served in a toasted hollow bread. I really enjoyed this dish and it had familiar flavours and was cooked well. There was bread included in the meal and I ate this quickly since I was hungry. It went well with the Tsing Tao beer (last picture).

The broccoli was interesting because it was sauteed with Balachan. Balachan is a salted shrimp paste and it turns out I don't like it very much. It's salty and fishy.

Next is a grilled tenderloin "Portuguese" in a stewed cream mushroom. This was unexpectedly amazing. Maybe because we were hungry, but the meat was very tender and the sauce rich and tasty.

But the highlight of the meal was a whole fish in a tin foil cooked with a lot of fresh ingredients such as potatoes, sausauge, onion, parsley, tomato, peppers, basil, etc. It was really good and looked good too.

To end, obviously it was a Pastéis de nata (egg tart). Not as oily as the first one and perhaps not as tasty.

I was stuffed, happy, satisfied and had wifi. Perfect.


Categories: Bread,  Chicken,  Delicatessen,  Fish,  Portuguese,  

Comments: 4 Comments



  • yeah, this was unexpectedly good...but i'm not sure if it's authentic...
    Kitty @ 2010-06-03
  • no Macau Beer?
    dre @ 2010-06-04
  • What is the Macau Beer? We didn't see it on the menu...
    Nelson @ 2010-06-08
  • it's a brand of beer... I've only seen it in Macau haha
    dre @ 2010-06-09

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