Monday, September 6, 2010

Macau Restaurant 澳門茶餐廳 ♥ ♥




Different people go to cha chan tengs for purely different reasons.

Some people go to grab a quick bite.

Some people go to get the best bang for their HKDs.

Some people go to find comfort in oily food after a hard night of drinking.

Some people to wine and dine an unattractive blind date.

As for me, I go to cha chan tengs for one reason only.

Yit Nai Cha. 熱奶茶. Hot Milk Tea.

I can’t help it. I love hot milk tea in ALL cha chan tengs.


IMG_3255Hot milk tea, hot horlicks, hot lemon tea


We feel bad for occupying the restaurant’s prime window seats and ordering 3 hot beverages only, so we order a couple of dishes to go with our drinks.


IMG_9804Baked Oysters – cha chan teng quality


IMG_3265Portugese Roasted Sardines – surprisingly good


IMG_9807Roasted Salted Pork Knuckle with Fries – too fatty and not tasty enough


IMG_3258Baked Seafood Curry Rice – this is actually quite delicious


IMG_3261Roasted Pigeon – the reason why some people from Manila come all the way here. These babies are so tender, so juicy, you try to be oblivious to the fact that they are also so oily. Do as I do. Close your eyes. And pretend it’s olive oil.


IMG_3268Portugese Egg Tarts – blah. Gotta ferry to Macau for the real thing.


  As for Shirley, the reason why she is here at this cha chan teng is so she can pay for lunch. Hahaha! Thank you very much, Shirley!


Macau Restaurant: Shop A & B, G/F, Lokville Commercial Building, 25-27 Lock Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Tel: +632-852-2366-8148

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