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1 Rua do Tassara, Coloane Town Square, Macau
2 years ago
Head on over to Lord Stow’s Bakery—the creator of Portuguese egg tarts—for your fix of the sweet, creamy dessert hybrid that Macau is famous for! Englishman Andrew Stow began Lord Stow’s Bakery on Coloane Island, Macau in 1989. His European goods were well-received by the locals, inspiring him to create a pastry based on the “Pasteis de Nata” (Portuguese egg custard tart). “Andrew’s Egg Tarts” catapulted the business and soon after, the delicacy reached beyond the territory to gratify a faithful worldwide following.
5 days ago
When you want to try unique Ang Ku Kuehs, visit Poh Cheu Soon Kueh at 127 Bukit Merah Lane 1. There are 12 flavors to choose from, including durian, green tea, mango, and even coffee! The best thing about their Ang Ku Kueh here is it has a more delicate texture than most kuehs; plus, it has yummy homemade filling inside.
6 days ago
Expect a long queue of Nonya Kueh aficionados when you drop by the Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry Bakery. Since the 1970s, this store has been selling a variety of tasty Nonya specialties using decade-old recipes. Take a bite of Onde Onde made from sticky rice coated with freshly grated coconut or sample Kueh Kosui, another yummy kueh that has a soft, bouncy texture and a strong scent of pandan. Trust that it’s good when locals love their products because it’s always served fresh and rich in flavor.
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