Michelin Guide Macau Street Food List For the first time, Michelin Guide are listing street food in the latest edition. The latest Michelin Guide of Hong Kong & Macau are listing 23 street outlets in both countries. There are 12 street outlets in Macau is listed in this latest Michelin Guide. Some of them are popular food while some of them are hidden gems.
According to the South China Morning post, the 12 street outlets are:
Michelin Guide Macau Food Outlets
129 Rua dos Mercadores, Macau
11 Rua de Tome Pires, Macau
1 Rua do Monte, Macau
Fong Kei is one of the famous pastries in Macau. They are located in Rua do Cunha and there are very popular with locals and tourists. Some of the must have food is their almond cookies and other homemade cookies.
14 Rua do Cunha, Taipa
5.Lei Ka Choi
Shop E-G028 Broadway Macau, Cotai
Trav. Se 11r/c, Macau
The creator of Macau famous Portuguese Egg Tarts. This original shop is located in Coloane and thousands of egg tarts are sold every day in Macau. If you have not try Lord Stow’s egg tart, you don’t consider yourself visited Macau.
1 Rua do Tassara, Coloane
Mok Yee Kei is popular for their desserts. They are located in Rua do Cunha and they are very popular with tourists. You can find long queues in front of this outlet for their famous desserts especially for their durian “musang king” ice cream and serradura.
9 Rua do Cunha, Taipa
9.Neng Meng Wang
Lai Hou Garden, Rua Coelho do Amaral, Macau
10.Sun Ying Kei
2B Rua da Alegria do Patane, Macau
Wing Kei or better known as Sopa De Fitas Wing Kei Macao is a bean curd specialty shop. They are famous for their “tau fu far” (beancurd dessert). They are located 15 minutes away from Ruins of St Paul.
47 Rua da Tercena, Macau
Yi Shun or Yee Shun is another popular dessert shop in Macau. Located near Senado Square, they offer the best milk pudding in the country. Even though there are Yi Shun in Hong Kong, the desserts in Yi Shun Macau taste better.
60 Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro, Macau
With this new list, there will be a new purpose in traveling in Macau. You can actually find them all as all of them are street food and affordable. This will be our wishlist on our next trip to Macau.
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