9 Fabulous Restaurants to Visit in Macao

The stunning variety of distinctive cuisine available in Macao makes this international city a paradise for food lovers. With plenty of fresh ingredients and many restaurants to choose from, there is food to please every palate.
Macao’s delicacies are known-to-world, which always attract locals and the tourists. An array of local food stalls caters to every visitor’s taste and budget; visitor’s ‘must-try’ mode of dining.

1)  SKY 21 -  With a sleek and luxurious interior, customers can experience delectable Asian specialities designed by truly Asian chefs on a sky-high landmark with the great company of the stars and good music.

SKY 21 is a place where no desires are judged, no attitudes are tamed, and no tastes are ignored. Be you in the mood to mingle, splurge, dance, party or simply to chill under the stars, at SKY 21, the sky’s the limit.

Delicious bar bites and appetisers.

Crispy Pork knuckle is a must have when you visit them.


Awesome view from the SKY 21. Oversee the Macao Tower.

Find them:

Contact: (853) 2811 2122
Address: 21/F, AIA Tower, 251A - 301 Avenida Comercial de Macao, Macao
Opening Hrs: Lunch: 12:00-14:30; Afternoon Tea: 15:00-17:30; Dinner: 18:30-22:30

2)  Lord Stow’s Garden Café – Attention all egg tart lovers!! Lord Stow is a well-liked Portuguese egg tart bakery store in Macao. Started from a small shop since 1989, Lord stow is now a well-known brand in Macao and internationally. The café serves not only the all-time favourite Portuguese egg tarts but also a wide range of all-day breakfast, mains and desserts.


Such a great place to chill out be it morning breakfast with your family, an afternoon tea with your friends or a casual lunch with your loved ones.

Lord Stow’s Portuguese Egg Tart. Creamy and silky filling with an outer crispy layered crust.


Look at the huge variety of breakfast choice. Strongly recommend the Lord Stow’s big breakfast, it’s so delicious.

Find them:

Website: www.lordstow.com
Contact: (853) 2888 1851
Address: G/F C Houston Court 21 Largo do Matadouro, Coloane Village, Macao
Opening Hrs: 09:00-22:00 (Tue-Sun); 09:00-17:00 (Mon)

3)  Café Sab 8 – How can you not eat Macanese food when you visit Macao? Portuguese food can be commonly found on the street of Macao but not Macanese food. Macanese food is a special blend of Portuguese and Chinese cooking styles. With culinary skills passed down from her mother, the chef creates her very own unique menu that certainly arouses each individual’s taste bud.





Find them:

Contact: (853) 2835 8191
Address: Patio De Chon Sau, No. 10 R/C A, Macao
Opening Hrs: 12:00 – 19:00 (Daily)
Email: sab8@macau.ctm.net

4)  Tai Lei Loi Kei – The Pork Chop Bun is one of the most iconic food items from Macao, and one cannot leave there without trying this definitive street snack. It is probably the most well-known eatery aka the touristy place to try the Pork Chop Bun, established back in 1968 by Ms Kwok Loi-Ho.

The eatery was quite crowded. Even though this shop has 2 levels, it could be quite packed during certain hours and you may have to queue to go in.

The original pork chop bun is one of the popular choices. You may also choose your preferred bun types to match it with the ‘tenderlicious’ slice of pork chop.



Find them:

Contact: (853) 2882 7150
Address: 35 Rua Correia da Silva, Taipa Village, Macao
Opening Hrs: 08:00-18:00

5)  The Shanghai Magic Restaurant – Shanghai Magic is part of the magical journey at Studio City with its lively interior and renovations inspired by The House of Magic next door. It is also Macao first and only magic-themed restaurant. Shanghai Magic presents modern Shanghainese cuisine in a diverse menu encompassing home-style delicacies and formal fare, with each creation paying tribute to the fine art of Shanghainese gastronomy.

The restaurant has a unique interior design. Most walls display a Chinese painting or tapestry bearing a superstitious story, while one is home to an animated piece featuring butterflies fluttering about. There are two large bronze cages which offer semi-private dining experiences.

The restaurant's most popular dish is none other than the Stewed Shanghainese Style Pork Belly with Fried and Steamed Sweet Buns. Some other signature dishes include Steamed Hot and Sour Shanghainese Pork Dumplings with Crabmeat; Hot and Sour Crab Meat Soup; and Stir-fried Minced Duck and Soy Sprouts served on Northern Style Sesame Pastry is also dishes that you shouldn't miss. Shanghai Magic sets the benchmark for Chinese fine dining with its refined modern interpretations of Shanghainese cuisine.

Glutinous rice dumplings and Osmanthus in rice wine less sweet soup - Desserts are innovative with unexpected creations. If you are aiming for an elevated dining experience, Shanghai Magic will be the right place as it begins each meal with a treat and finishes with a magical presentation.
Find them:

Contact: (853) 8865 6620
Address: Studio City Macao, Estr. Flor de Lotus, Macao
Opening Hrs: 11:30-15:00 / 17:30-23:00 (Mon - Sun)

6)  The Lounge @ JW Marriot – Alright, this place is not a restaurant but it serves really delicious afternoon tea canapes and mini desserts. Set within one of the world’s most spectacular entertainment and leisure destinations, Galaxy Macao. JW Marriott Hotel Macao enjoys a privileged location with instant access to a wide selection of international cuisine and vibrant entertainment along with all the amenities a business or leisure travellers could wish for.

An open concept design that locates near the area of the hotel lobby, The Lounge gives out a relaxing atmosphere where visitors can sit down and recharge the energy after a long day of travelling or probably just a little gathering session with their friends.

Enjoy an afternoon tea paired with champagne or evening cocktail. Indulge in JW Marriott Afternoon Tea Set for 2 from MOP338+.


Find them:

Contact: (853) 8886 6228
Address: G/F, JW Marriott Hotel Macao
Opening Hrs: 10:00-23:00 (Sun-Thu); 10:00-24:00 (Fri,Sat) Afternoon Tea: 14:30-17:30 (Mon - Sun)

7)  Wong Kun Sio Kung – Michelin recommended for 3 years running since 2013, Wong Kun Sio Kung honours a 35-year old tradition of making noodles using the bamboo method. It serves the widely-popular Shrimp Roe Stir Noodles, as well as local favourites like Sea Crab Congee and Deep-fried Whitebait with Salt and Pepper - all served amidst a warm and friendly ambience.

Wong Kun Sio Kung is located at Macao first hawker-style street market, Broadway Macao. Lets go back to the hustle and bustle of traditional Macao street markets with authentic food, great entertainment and fun!

One of their popular dish, the crab congee. Taste the inherent sweetness in the Dungeness Crab and flavourful congee.


Another well-known dish that you shouldn’t miss. Fresh handmade noodle with shrimp roe. The texture of noodle was perfectly cooked and the shrimp roe dressing compliments well with the noodle. 

Find them:

Contact: (853) 8883 3338
Address: Broadway Food Street, A-G017
Opening Hrs: 11:00-00:00 (Sun-Thu), 11:00-01:00 (Fri, Sat, Sun & PH)

8) Imperial Court – Imperial Court is a great restaurant to provide majestic Chinese cuisine. The food is created from the finest ingredients, distinguished especially by the use of seasonal ingredients, as well as authentic traditional techniques – but with a decidedly unique spin.


Dim Sum appetiser combination. Chef has crafted each appetiser into a culinary surprise by reinventing traditional dim sums. The Barbecued Duck Liver and Pork Skewers is incredibly tasty.


Steam Crab Claw with Egg White – One of my favourite dish. Silky smooth steamed egg white that melts in your mouth immediately. Take a bite of the fresh crab pincer meat for a mild taste of the sea. So, refreshing.


Simmered spinach with peach gum and nostoc in pumpkin soup. Spinach was cooked to the perfect softness. Experience different layers of flavours when you eat a little of everything.

Find them:

Email: imperialcourt@mgm.mo
Contact: (853) 8802 2361
Address: MGM MACAO, Avenida Dr. Sun Yat Sen, NAPE, Macao
Opening Hrs: 11:00-15:00, 18:00-23:00 (Mon-Fri), 10:00-15:00, 18:00-23:00 (Sat, Sun & PH)

9) Café Fontana – If you think the choices are still limited, the only way is to opt for a buffet. Much more variety as well as various cuisine to choose from. Forget about losing weight, don’t restrict yourself, especially on food, when you are on a holiday.

Inspired by the world’s great food halls, Café Fontana reinvents the buffet experience. The best seasonal ingredients are showcased on 10 distinct stations, each helmed by an expert purveyor. From outstanding seafood and meat to mouth-watering chocolates or specially sourced seasonal dishes, this bountiful collection satisfies your taste buds as you sample a variety of small plates or enjoy full-size portions.


Check out the florist shop and the Macaroons dessert shop before making the grand entrance to Café Fontana. I believes they will definitely make you happier.


You can expect unlimited servings of succulent seafood such as chilled prawns and mussels, fresh sashimi, authentic local delights and wide spread of luscious desserts.


To satisfy your sweet tooth, Café Fontana offers a extremely huge range of desserts. Get yourself prepared dessert lovers. You will definitely love their desserts.

Find them:

Contact: (853) 8889 3663
Address: Wynn Palace, Macao
Opening Hrs: Open Daily - 06:30-11:00 (Breakfast), 11:30-15:30 (Lunch), 17:30-23:00 (Dinner)

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This post was written in collaboration with Macao Government Tourism Office.
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