According to Macau's
special style, various types of drinks have become popular. Macau residents
enjoy having beer as entertainment after work. Therefore, clubs and bars
are open more frequently. To best fit the Macau-savvy image, coffee should
be the first drink to mention since Macau has a strong multicultural sense.
Drinks to be enjoyed include vinho verde, a Portuguese white wine that
complements salty Macanese food, and caipirinha, a delicious Brazilian
Blue Frog Bar & Grill,
Shop1037, Venetian-Hotel-Resort, Cotai, Macao, SAR, China (Opposite the
Cotai Arena), ? +853 2882 8281, . 7am to 2am. o Already famous in Shanghai
and establishing a strong presence in Macau, the blue frog is the perfect
place to go for classic Western-style dining and drinking, affordable prices,
and exceptionally friendly service. On the menu, particular emphasis is
given to North American favorites, with every dish prepared from scratch
using fresh, authentic ingredients -- and served straight from the kitchen
in generous portions. blue frog is also proud to boast one of the widest
selections of shots, cocktails, liquor and wines in Shanghai and now Macau,
so whether you are looking for a great party or just a quiet drink after
work, we have you covered. HKD500-1000.
The Monkey Bar Lounge and
Nightclub, 1st Floor, Grand Waldo Casino, Taipa, Macau, ? +853 2888 6833.
An exotic blend of New York Chic with Asian eroticism incorporating the
cool late night sounds of those who live on the edge / with the hippest
music sounds that can be found in the fast growing region of Southern China
. A late night haunt for those who can't & won't sleep. Not a place
for those who want to be seen, but home for those who know how to live
their life without those who judge by what you wear. A place where your
darkest thoughts meet your deepest desire. Opens 6pm to 5am.
Macau is famous for excellent
restaurants, unique cuisine and mellow bars. It is a premier dining and
drinking destination in Asia. The Portuguese brought not only European
cuisine, but also influences from their other colonies (Brazil, Goa and
Angola) to Macau. As a result the city now offers one of the world's most
intriguing gastronomic adventures. Look for local specialties such as bacalhau
(salted cod) and African chicken.
There are a few interesting
departures from standard Cantonese fare that you can try in Macau. Portuguese
cuisine is available at a number of restaurants, and for a snack, try the
milk pudding at the cafes in Largo do Senado. Street stalls sell tasty
strips of barbecued pork as well, and Macau is also famous for their pork
cutlet burger. For the budget-minded, wander the back alleys and you'll
come across plenty of mom-and-pop Chinese eateries. Note that most of these
places have menus on the walls that are hand-written in Chinese only.
Macau Lotus Square
The greatest concentration
of restaurants in Macau is in the Peninsula, where they are scattered throughout
the district. Taipa is now a major destination for those going for Portuguese
and Macanese food and there are many famous restaurants on the island.
There are several restaurants in Coloane, which is also home to the famous
Lord Stow's Bakery.
Lord Stow's Bakery is a creator
of eggtart, a Portueguese cookies made of flour, egg, margarine, and milk,
better to be eaten when it is still hot. Nowadays, eggtart becomes a popular
snack in Macau, sold almost everywhere in the city, especially in Largo
de Senado. In around the Ruins of St. Paul, you can find many local bakery
selling eggtart, but the original one is claimed to be made in Lord Stew's