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Macau Restaurant 澳門茶餐廳, Tsim Sha Tsui



Macau Restaurant is one of the tourists' fave and it's not a surprise to see long queues and crowds outside the restaurant on peak hours. Again, we were there at odd hours to avoid crowds. Let's try it out and see what attracts tons of people flocking in everyday.



As usual, Hot Milk Tea is always something that shouldn't be missed out in typical tea restaurant, and it usually tells how well the tea restaurant could do! The one here wasn't too bad nor very good, I would say it's up to standard with the right milk-tea balance and smooth drinking sensation. However, the hardened layer of tea floating on the surface looked really annoying!


Macanese Crispy Bun with Pork Chop (澳門豬扒豬仔包 HK$25) is ranked on the top must-eat list and regarded as a signature dish there but... look at that thin pork chop sandwiched within, it was way too far from my expectation. Bun was indeed crispy and fluffy, which was nice, except the dry thin pork chop that has totally put me off.


Macaroni in Tomatoes & Beef Brisket Soup (澳門地道茄腩湯通粉 HK$33) is another signature dish stated on the menu, and this time it's worth the status. The soup was rich and concentrated of tomato flavour, and the beef brisket was tender and nice. For me, I would regard it as one of the best though.


Curry Potato with Noodle in Soup (咖哩薯仔湯麵 HK$28) was a late add-on order as we saw a girl on the table next to us eating it, which looked tempting. The soup was a mixture of bone broth and curry sauce to make it watery, yet flavourful and spicy enough too! Noodle was of the type used for Wanton Noodle and nothing special about the potato. Not a bad dish at all besides the oily curry soup.


Golden brown Portuguese Egg Tarts sat inside a glass warming box were displayed at the restaurant entrance. They looked yummy but it's just that our tummy had no more room for them, what a pity... Let's have it takeaway next time when we pass by there again.


Website : N/A

Address : 25-27 Lock Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Branch :

  • UG/F, Tsim Sha Tsui Mansion, 40-46 Lock Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Shop A, G/F, Siu Ming Mansion, 477-481 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay
  • Shop 270-273, 2/F Shun Tak Centre, 168-200 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan
  • Shop No.G2, G/F, Kornhill Plaza (North), 1 Kornhill Road, Tai Koo

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