Where to eat in Macau? Are you planning a trip to Macau and looking for some kid-friendly and family-friendly restaurants? Little Steps have munched and snacked our way around Macau to find the best restaurants that cater to families with kids of all ages.
A classic spot for lunch or dinner, serving up affordable Portuguese delights in an old-world setting. There are over 70 dishes to choose from, so even the pickiest eater will have plenty of options. This restaurant serves lovely fish dishes and finger licking shellfish mains. The 'Serradura' is a dessert that you simply must try. It is a milk and cream pudding with crumbled biscuits on top, a dessert that would make any child smile from ear to ear. It’s the perfect stop for food after a visit to the Temple of A-Ma. Reservations recommended.
A Lorcha, 289 Rua Do Almirante Serigo, Macau, +853 2831 3193, website.
A family-friendly restaurant to enjoy traditional home-style Portuguese food with two locations in Macau. The portions are large and super fresh, an excellent venue for big groups and big families that have big appetites. The first restaurant was started in Old Taipa Village in 1987, so it does have this charming nostalgic feeling to it. If you prefer a more modern setting, look to head over to the new one at Avenida Sir Anders.
Dom Galo, Avenida Sir Anders Ljungstedt R/C, Edificio Vista Magnfica, Macau, +853 2875 1383. / Dom Galo Taipa, 47 Rua Cunha, Taipa Village, Macau, +852 2882 7318. Website.
A trip to Macau is never complete without grabbing a bite to eat at Fernando's. Lucky for mom and dad, there is plenty of outdoor space for the kids to run around in while you enjoy a fresh Sangria. Take a cruise on the Hac Sa beach next door, or hit the playground across the street with the children. This restaurant does not take reservations, keep that in mind when catching the ferry. Last orders are at 9.30 pm, and we recommend the African chicken!
Fernando's Restaurant, 9 Praia de Hac Sa, Macau, China, +853 882264, Website.
Over twenty years in operation and a favorite Italian restaurant for local families. The enormous outdoor terrace overlooks the quiet Cheoc Van Beach and is next door to a fantastic public swimming pool. La Gondola is a great place to fuel up with an authentic Italian slice of pizza after a long swim with the kids.
La Gondola, Estrada de Cheoc Van, Coloane, Macau, +853 2888 0156, Facebook Page
A trip to Macau without a Portuguese influenced egg tart? Sacrilege! No one should leave Macau without trying these sweet delights. For the very best, visit the original Lord Stow’s Bakery, where the now-world-famous Portuguese-style egg tart was born. Absolutely delicious! And if you are traveling from Hong Kong, the two are very different. A perfect opportunity for the kids to compare and contrast. A kid favorite for sure!
Lord Stow's Bakery, 1 Rua da Tassara, Coloane Town Square, +853 2888 2534, website.
If you’re looking for scrumptious, wholesome, homemade food, this is one place you’ve just got to try. Staff are super friendly and will suggest food choices to suit you and your family. The walls are adorned with football paraphernalia, so it’s definitely one for the boys too! It’s also close to the Cotai strip, making it a perfect place for exploring. This place does get quite busy, always better to make a reservation and their day off is on Tuesdays.
O SANTOS - Comida Portuguesa Restaurant, 20 Rua do Cunha, Taipa, Macau, website.
If you can escape from your kid clan, plan a Michelin-starred date lunch, whether it is with your hubby, the girls or a well deserved fine dining lunch just you and a magazine. Robuchon Au Dome has one of the most reasonably priced lunches for a three-Michelin-starred restaurant! Top value for fantastic food, with a stunning view!
Robuchon Au Dome, 3/F, Lisboa Tower, Lisboa Hotel, 2-4 Avenida de Lisboa, +853 2837 7666, website.
Kids can now join in an afternoon party with The Little Big Club characters at Sands Resorts Macao! Take a photo with Thomas the Tank Engine, Angelina Ballerina, purple dino Barney and other much-loved characters. No party is complete without delicious snacks, and there are plenty for the whole gang. Get in touch with your favorite characters at the greet-and-meet session, and be sure to watch them perform at the Thomas & The Little Big Club ALL STARS parade!
Sands Cotai Central, Estrada do Istmo. s/n, Cotai, Macau. Website.
A favorite for weekend family dining with an excellent outdoor BBQ. Aside from the guitar-shaped pool there are private cabanas and a beach volleyball court. This is a fantastic day out by the pool with the family whilst enjoying awesomely shaken cocktails and fresh juices for the kids and. Be sure to call ahead to make reservations.
Wave Pool Bar and Grill, 3/F, City of Dreams, Cotai, Macau, https://www.cityofdreamsmacau.com/en/dine/bars-cafes/wave
Taipa Village has enough choice for everyone! Its location is very close to the Cotai strip, wandering through the colorful alleyways that are filled with beautiful churches, traditional Chinese shops and an enormous amount of restaurants, that will put a smile on anyone's face. Have a healthy breakfast at the Blissful Carrot, or try the iconic Macau food staples such as a delicious pork chop bun or an egg tart. Click here for more information on where to eat in Taipa Village.
Taipa Village, Website
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