Continuação da leitura do guia turístico do Departamento de Informação e Turismo, editado em inglês. (1)
“WHERE TO DINE:
Portuguese food, wine, and barndy are worthy of the gourmet´s attention in Macau. Lunch on a good restaurant will cost you as little as M$6 (US $1.03), dinners about M$9 (US $1.60).
The Pousada de Macau – This is one of Macau´s best restaurants. Its specialities are Angelo´s African Chicken (half of barbecued chicken served with a sauce made of 52 ingredients), roast pigeon a la Portugaise, baked chicken soup, and apple fritters. There is an excellent of fine vintage wines.
Estoril Hotel where you can have, among other dishes, Portuguese chicken and rice.
Jimmy´s Kitchen features chicken-in-the-basket.
Esplanada (Waltzing Matilda) specializes in Fillet steak
Solmar among others, serves Portuguese-style sea food and steak.
Fat Siu Lau, features roast pigeon, salt cod, and Portuguese dishes;
Villa Tai Yip serves Portuguese, Chinese, or Europen dishes.
Long Kei, Oriental, Grand Shanghai, Macau Palace and Café de Chine are among the best restaurants that serve Chinese food.”
Dos mencionados somente restam “O Solmar” e o “Fat Siu Lau”.
(1) Macau – The Garden City of the Orient -. Information and Tourism Department, s/ data, 30 p., 19 cm x 12,7 cm.