It was early in the morning when we reach there, as we still have 45 minutes before departing and we grab a quite breakfast. Ask the tour guide which is the best restaurant to have for breakfast and he recommended Macau Restaurant. He added that he don earn commission on this ya.
When we were looking at the restaurant we saw the logo on the side of the restaurant and looks very familiar and only realize that it is the logo of Nando’s. Then we were thinking, no copy right meh? Can just use like dat 1 ah. Then later only found out that Macau was conquer by Portuguese before and Nando’s is originate from there.
The very first order that came was the ‘Portuguese Tart’ which is just directly infront of us. The quantity that we order that makes the whole oven left 1/ 4. The outer layer of the tart is crispy, never over baked. One bite in, the filling in the middle is soft custard that brings out the sweetness of it, never too sweet but just perfect and the top layer just burn with the right temperature that create a thin layer of crust. A good appetizer to start off with, as expected.
Since the day reach Hong Kong, this dish was never out of sight ‘Jar Jiang Mian’. The one in this restaurant wasn’t really that nice. The gravy is a bit sweet and not warm. The Maggie is abit over cook which makes it a bit soft instead of springy.
‘Noodle with Harm Choy’. A plain noodle soup that makes it stand out is the sour soup that they pour in. The soup never too sour that makes your jaw bones wanna fall out but a good starter of the meal. Share with the rest.
‘Set D – Thick Toast with Butter Sweet Corn, Ham and Sausage with Cullet Fish Fillet’. We were wondering how they manage to cook the ham, and the fillet was fried to golden brown. Although it looks very plain but the taste of it is way much nicer. The fillet is very soft that shows the sign of freshness and again eat along with the toast and the chili sauce its just perfect. The corn was steam to ngam ngam and a bit of salt to bring up the taste. The price is HKD 26