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Top 10 Family-Friendly Local Foods To Try In Macau

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must-try foods in Macau

Macau is filled with street vendors and restaurants that are sure to delight even the fussiest of little tummies. From cookies to ice cream to pork buns, there is something for everyone to try. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds.  Here are the top foods to try in Macau for kids, toddlers, and adults too.

  • almond cookies in Macau

    ALMOND COOKIES IN MACAU

    If you like cookies and biscuits make sure you try Macau’s favorite almond cookies. So anyone with a sweet tooth must head to Choi Heong Yuen and stock up on sweet treats. They have a wide variety of cookies and biscuits to choose from, so make sure you sample them all.

     

    Choi Heong Yuen, multiple locations, www.choi-heong-yuen.com/current/en/main.php

  • peanut candies in Macau

    PEANUT CANDIES IN MACAU

    Koi Kei Bakery is famous for its huge collection of delicious snacks such as almond cookies, egg rolls, crunchy peanut candies and beef/pork jerky. They sell over 300 products in 21 locations in Macau. Make sure you take some home, they make great gifts for friends and family.

     

     

    Koi Kei, multiple locations, www.koikei.com/koikei.php

  • Lord Stowe In Macau

    EGG TARTS IN MACAU

    Probably the most famous of all the foods in Macau, these delicious tarts are a must try. The silky, smooth custard filling and the light, buttery pastry make a delicious afternoon snack. Tummies big and small will love them. Lord Stow’s is said to make the best tarts around.

     

     

    Lord Stow’s Bakery, 1 Rua da Tassara, Coloane Island, Macau, http://www.lordstow.com/

  • Durian Ice Cream in Macau

    DURIAN ICE CREAM IN MACAU

    If your kiddos like durian, then take them for durian ice cream. This is rich and creamy in flavor and will satisfy little tummies. It can be a bit stinky so make sure you stay around the family when you eat it. Try the one at Mok Yi Kei. They have a wonderful selection of other Chinese desserts.

     

     

    Mok Yi Kei, 9 A, Rua do Cunha, Taipa

  • SERRADURA PUDDING in Macau - Sawdust Pudding

    SERRADURA PUDDING IN MACAU

    Serradura Pudding is also known as Sawdust Pudding. Biscuits are finely crushed which resemble sawdust, hence the name. It is then layered with whipped cream, vanilla and condensed milk. This is light and airy, and a great afternoon snack with a cup of tea or a glass of cold milk.

     

     

    Mok Yi Kei, 9 A, Rua do Cunha, Taipa

  • Pork Chop Bun Macau

    PORK CHOP BUN

    If you kids like meat then make sure they get their hands on this yummy sandwich, it beats McDonalds hands down! Juicy pork chops are sandwiched between delicious buns. If they like something sweet why not try it on the pineapple bun, yummy in your tummy.

     

     

    Tai Lei Loi Kei, 25 R. de São Paulo, Macau, www.taileiloi.com.mo/

  • egg crips macau

    EGG CRISPS

    Egg crisps are made with eggs, flour and sugar and are sweet, crisp like snacks your kids will want to eat all day long. They are made fresh each day by local street vendors so get there early to avoid the queues. They cook in seconds and will keep your little ones happy for a few minutes at least as you take time out from exploring.

     

     

    Senado Square, Macau

  • DOUBLE STEAMED MILK PUDDING

    DOUBLE STEAMED MILK PUDDING

    This is a comforting, silky pudding that is perfect after a long day of sightseeing. Try the double steamed milk pudding or the hot milk with ginger juice. Try it with a cold papaya juice if you need something refreshing too. Puddings are delicious hot or cold, why not try both ways.

     

     

    Yee Shun Dairy Company, 7 Senado Square, Macau

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