Melt in your mouth Queijo fresco da casa (fresh cheese), typically unfussy portuguese salad (lettuce, tomatoes, onions, olives, green pepper+olive oil and vinagre branco), bread and piri piri sauce as starters did their job pretty well since after these petiscos (small bites) we were ready for more.
Last February I worked on a photography assignment that led me to endless walks around Old Macau. Nothing to complain but totally the opposite, these walks albeit doing wonders for my health, make me feel renewed. Isn´t it great to find out that there are always new corners to discover?.
More for its authentique vintage decor, ambiance and old school charm than for the culinary experience itself. Lai Kei, Loja de sorvetes (sorbet shop) worth the visit.
Home made recipes jealousy guarded and transmited from generation to generation within the family. Lai Kei offers Sorvetes, ice sodas and ice pops made of the most unthinkable flavors (according to Western standards).