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Telephone
2366 8148
Introduction
澳門概念,豬扒包出哂名,每日只售二百個,選用來自澳門的豬仔包,夾著熱辣辣的豬扒;另有其他招牌菜包括軟骨皇子鴿、生滾水蟹粥及咖喱雞,都是澳門名菜。設外賣,不設訂座。 continue reading
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Opening Hours: 6:30am-2am\r\n
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Review (206)
是日中午,在尖沙咀覓食。1點時間,仍然算是高峰時間,較難找到無需輪候的餐廳。來到樂道,有趣發現澳門茶餐廳在同一條街有3家分店,供應的午餐選擇也不一樣。所以,隨個人對午餐喜好和餐廳空缺,可以到其中一間光顧。這家位於地鋪的,空間最大,坐位最多,而且洗手間是3間中最乾淨的。是日午餐選擇有6-7款,包括小菜、焗飯、炒粉、扒餐和這個乳豬飯(午餐餐牌最貴的一項)。本來是鐵板乳豬飯($76),但為免弄得滿臉油煙,店員亦彈性安排「走鐵板」的選項。約10分鐘,乳豬飯便上桌了。乳豬件表皮朱赤油亮,非常吸引。置於西炒飯上,整體是貌相討好的。先夾起乳豬,表皮鬆了針,而且已去掉胸骨,易於進食,相當鬆化!乳脂脂肪成份充足,皮的油化鬆化程度好比酒家所燒制的。而且,肉亦見嫩口,符合個人對乳豬皮脆肉嫩的要求。提醒大家:這裡雖然是澳門茶餐廳,但供應的是粵式乳豬!是化皮的版本啊!至於,下面的西炒飯意想不到炒得清爽不油膩。酸甜開胃的炒飯襯托乳豬雖不是十分的夾,但也有一種綜和油膩的效果。推薦指數:4.5/5至於,熱奶茶用以不銹鋼杯呈上,保溫能力特強,筆者亦大意燙到了。茶味偏澀,但甘味也是非常突出的。不過,味道有點遜於其他連鎖茶餐廳。推薦指數:3/5整體而言,餐廳環境是有點狹窄的,價錢不算便宜。但論乳豬質素,絕對是值得來一試!這裡,亦提供單點乳豬,不妨一試! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level2 2017-01-21
1042 views
平時係公司附近都好小食佢,但有時都會屎忽痕,想飲下佢杯咖啡,一直都知道呢間嘢逢大時大節都會收加一連外賣都收,都唔緊要都明白既,但最近不停咁收加一,平日都收,連外賣自取都收,知道你係做開內地遊客生意,但你咁樣我就覺得唔係好合理囉!😤😤😤 continue reading
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Level4 2017-01-18
552 views
enjoy a good breakfast today Walk along the road and see the Macau tea restaurant Make an excellent choice I choose the set beef curry noodles Set35$ onlyEnough beef and even potatoes A fresh coffee hotReally unexpected to find the breakfast CurryIs totally same as a la carte menuOr maybe better Delicious HotBeef good At least can be chewed + and swallowed continue reading
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Level1 2017-01-06
515 views
今日行過見d葡撻幾靚, 好開心咁入去買左半打葡撻返屋企. 有個女侍應襯我比緊錢果陣已經好快手咁打包好晒d撻比我. 不疑有詐,就拎左d 撻走. 點知返屋企一打開, 極失望. 所有撻個面都係黃色既, 一d焦糖都無,根本同普通蛋撻無分別. 擺明就係將無人要果d挾晒比我. 但係呢d係賣緊10蚊隻既葡撻攞, 咁無良,一定唔會幫襯下一次. continue reading
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Level2 2016-12-22
753 views
Today, I visited the Macau restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui with Mum and my sister. We came across this restaurant on the street and the humongous pineapple buns and Portuguese tarts that are on display had immediately drawn our attention. Despite it being a crowded and busy place, we had no difficulty in finding a seat. The diner had the atmosphere of a local tea restaurant, crammed and noisy, yet warm and pleasant. The whole experience was pleasant but there wasn't anything special either. For a local tea restaurant,  it was not bad for a simple meal.Decor:Just plain traditional Hong Kong tea restaurant mood and atmosphere. Crowded yet comfortable. Reasonably spaced seats.Service:The waiters were not particularly polite and attentive but the service was normal and quick on the account of it being a tea restaurant.Tasteortuguese Egg Tarts-The tarts were a bit of a disappointment. Although their crust was flaky and light, almost to perfection, I would prefer more sugar on the top. As it was just so little, it tasted like a simple egg tart.Baked Portuguese Seafood Rice-The sauce tasted good with a sweetness and there was a definite tinge of coconut milk in it. However, the taste of the sauce didn't seem to get into the seafood at all. The mussels were big and had the taste of the sea but there was a bit water left on them as they were frozen.The price was reasonable and the taste was overall okay.  I would return for a meal yet not for its Macau specialty. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)