Foodie's weekend getaway in Macau


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galliano

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Hi guys,

Just returned from a culinary frenzy over the wkend in Macau. Well, like most SGs (with a growing popularity for DSLRs snapping pics of food), I did the same.... except i was using my new toy, the LX3 this trip.

Anyway, just wanted to share some pics of the beloved delights in Macau.

The infamous Pork Chop buns @ Wong Chi Kei


Typical pork chop noodles @ Wong Chi Ke




Tons of bak kua along Senada Square



Typical roadshow stalls



2-layer steamed milk with beancurd

 

galliano

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Crab noodles @ Seng Cheong, Taipa


Crab porridge@ Seng Cheong, Taipa


Lettuce with scallop sauce @ Seng Cheong, Taipa


Portuguese fried bacalhau @ Dom Palo Restaurant, Macau
(salted cod with egg and potatoes)


Portuguese fried rice @ Dom Palo Restaurant, Macau

 

galliano

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Portuguese beef stew @ Dom Palo Restaurant, Macau


Portuguese egg tarts @ Lord's Stow


Scallop spring rolls @ The 8, Grand Lisbao


Fried prawns @ The 8, Grand Lisbao


Fatty goose platter @ The 8, Grand Lisbao
 

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bladdy hell....... its only 9.30am in the morning and you got me hungry again !!! :)

the crab noodles and crab porridge is heavenly.
 

Deadpoet

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I have never been able to resist those Portuguese egg custard tarts.
 

galliano

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I have never been able to resist those Portuguese egg custard tarts.
There was this argument on which egg tart was better

Margaret's Cafe on Macau island or Lord's Stow on Taipa island.

We felt that the Lord's Stow was better cos its sweeter and the crust was more crispy.
 

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There was this argument on which egg tart was better

Margaret's Cafe on Macau island or Lord's Stow on Taipa island.

We felt that the Lord's Stow was better cos its sweeter and the crust was more crispy.
Get me a box from Margaret's and a box from Lord's Stow, then I will tell you :bsmilie:
 

galliano

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Just wondering (afterall its ClubSnap), how do i take good food pics? I realize that some of the shots are blurry outside the focus area, cos I too busy using low aperture. Is that right?
 

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you sure covered quite a fair bit of food!:)
the crab porridge is a gigantic bowl! lol
 

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Looks damn yummy.. having used LX3 for my travel to eastern europe, i must say it's very useful esp for food photography. I tried the portugese egg tart from a small shop... but i cant rem the name.. is it one of these 2?

The crab porriage looks like the one they feature on some HK foodie show...
 

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