Disapointing again in Macau
We went to Clube Militair for lunch in Macau. Overall, we were again disappointed eating in Macau. We had:
Arroz de marisco à moda do Clube (Wet seafood rice Club style) - good, but not as tasty as a great Paella.
Galinha à “Africana”marinada em alho, cebola, chilli e coco, assada e servida com batata gratinada e salada mista (“ African ” chicken marinated with garlic, onion, chilli and coconut, roasted and served with gratinated potatoes and mixed salad) - good, but not great. A little fatty and not spicy enough.
We had more, but I can't remember any of it.
re: Charles Yu
I LURVE Lou Kei (Old Neptune)'s crab with bamboo-pressed noodles!!
Estabelecimento Lou Kei
Avenida de Concordia N.
12R/C E S/L Loja H.
Tel: +853 2856 9494
Lou Kei (Old Neptune)
Shop 1032, Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel
The Cotai Strip, Macau
Tel: +853 2882 8333
You can't go wrong at Antonio for Portugese food...
there's tons of great food in macau...
The orange glazed whole duck with whole foie gras at aux beaux arts in MGM (enough for four people...)
lord stowe's egg tarts
cafe tai lei loi kei for pork chop bun (venetian)
i've been pleasantly surprised with the growth of great food in macau over the past few years.
re: Hot Chocolate
For the Michelin guys a must visit (non-hotel):
Alfonso III (Portuguese):
Hip Seng (Seafood Chinese):
La Bonne Heure (French):
For food lovers Macau really has a lot to offer, as eveything is kind of half price of HK, though except for Robuchon there are no must visits.