My dad is quite familiar with Macau, he brought us to a super nice Wanton Mee shop in old town Macau.The shop has been established for more than 60 years, now the 3rd generation is running the business, of course, I saw an old lady helping out in wrapping the wanton and dumpling as well, should be the mum?? Anyway, this humble shop is Chu Kei 鳳城珠記 located at 84A Estrada de Coelho do Amaral (not far from "Three Lamps Square"). The shop starts serving wanton after 12.30pm till dinner. You must check this out if you love wanton and dumpling...I feel it is much better than the one I've tried in Hong Kong.
Check out the wanton...super fat and tasty!!!
The dumpling was equally good...with generous ingredient..well marinated!!
Something I've not seen in Malaysia, fish skin wanton 鱼皮饺, simply lovely!! You can stop having more....
Last but not least, the noodle...so springy..
It was a real satisfactory meal! Then, we proceed to the Macau famous Portuguese-style Egg Tart shop @ Lord Stow's Bakery. We went to the first outlet at Coloane Town Square. Taking a cab from town was about MOP 78....more expensive than the egg tart..yea?!
Here was it..
Here came the fresh from oven, lovely egg tart!!
Now Lord's Stow has outlets in Hong Kong as well...however, I am sure given a choice, everyone would loves to try the original one here in Macau, ya!
That's all for Macau, we went back to Hong Kong taking the noon ferry.