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Special Snacks

19 Sights
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Bitter Sweet

The name Bitter Sweet is originally the name of a chocolate. As it carries the meaning of “sweetness comes after bitterness”, the owner, Mr. De Pina, took it as the name of the shop to...

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Crêpe

The crepes and gathering place worth seeking for This shop specializes in crepe cakes, which are handmade in all processes. Every crepe layer is baked in a live-fire oven, which enhances...

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Eden Garden

A specialty deli that gives you a bite of Myanmar This Southeast Asian deli offers products that blend the characteristics of Yunnan, Myanmar, Thailand and other parts of Southeast...

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Number Iron

Located on Rua da Tercena, Number Iron specializes in flaky pancakes, egg waffles and toasties. As each of them is freshly made and has eye-catching appearances and super high quality...

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Original Tea

Healthy, Natural, No Additives Valuing pure naturalness and no additives, Original Tea controls the quality of its drinks from the source by using fruits grown organically by the...

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Pace

Pace means rhythm and tempo, and the logo of the shop is a terse and neat black comma. We hope that the visiting customers would stop to have a good rest and a good coffee. What every city...

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Royal Place

Royal Place – Macao’s first Japanese-style roll cake specialty shop This shop uses Japanese raw materials to make its products and features and boasts the use of Marukyu Koyamaen...

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Serrdura

Established in Macao in 2003, Serrdura is the city’s famous local Portuguese dessert brand. Its Taipa outlet, which is located at Rua do Regedor adjacent to Rua do Cunha, is in the vicinity...

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Takaya Japonês

Hiding in Travessa das Janelas Verdes, this Japanese eatery focuses on takeaway set meals. It is run with dedication by two youths who were born in the 80s and used to study abroad. Its...

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Tiger Bite

When the aspiration for being a hair stylist faded with age, it was replaced by that for being a baker selling sweetness. However, by chance and chance, the owner ended up opening this...