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    Where and What to Eat in Downtown Macau

    True to its colonial roots Macau is a melting point of international cuisine housing some of the worlds most acclaimed restaurants, whether it’s a Michelin star restaurant or street noodles you are after – the scope for dining out is huge.

    Downtown Macau has the largest concentration of eateries in one area, with the five-star hotels/casinos that are so prevalent and the daai-paai-dawng – open air street stalls serving up steaming stir fry’s, visitors are spoiled for choice. Expect to find an eclectic fusion of menus ranging from traditional Macanese to delectable French fare and everything that comes in between.

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All Restaurants in Downtown Macau

Camoes

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Considered to be Fisherman’s Wharf best dining option, Camoes specializes in providing authentic Portuguese fare alongside an impressive wine list. Named after the 16th century Portuguese poet Luis Vaz de Camões, the restaurant interior features two handed painted tiles depicting his life. The understated, homely ambience fused with the fresh produce and authentic chefs, make this a prime choice to enjoy some Portuguese fare.

  • Location: 3 Lisboa Bldg, Fishermans Wharf
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Clube de Militar De Macau

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A long time favourite with Macau’s residence, the traditional Macanese dishes on offer include the renowned Portuguese and African chicken, curry crab and Macau fish fillet. With over forty years experience in feeding the island dwellers and Hong Kong’s regular visitors, the Solmar has retained its unpretenscious, authentic vibe and customer base while the character of the island has rapidly excelled.

  • Location: Avenida da Praia Grande 512, Macau
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Don Alfonso 1890

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The brainchild of flamboyant painter and Chef Alfonso Iaccarino the owner of the Michelin 2-star Italian based restaurant – Don Alfonso, and now director of Macau’s very own version. Here you will find the produce remains as fresh and organic as it does in the restaurants native. The alternative to fine dining offers a degustation – tasting in a delicate manor menu, with dishes that carry a “Lightness with taste” philosophy. The handmade pasta is prepared without eggs, creating a unique texture and taste making a simple pasta dish into something quite spectacular. Other meals include fish and meat based dishes.

  • Location: Grand Lisboa, Avenida de Lisboa
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Furusato

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Featuring Japanese favourites such as Sashimi, Sushi, Grilled Dishes, and Teppanyaki the Head Chef Nakamura Hirofumi has more than 17 years of experience in creating Japanese based culinary delights.

  • Location: 2/F, East Wing, Hotel Lisboa, 2-4 Avenida de Lisboa, Macau
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Henri's Galley

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This fisherman-themed Macanese restaurant claims to serve the best African chicken in the enclave and having been situated on the waterfront for over 30 years the restaurant has become somewhat of an institution. Diners flock to Henri’s somewhat out of the way location to taste its famous chicken prepared by the charming Macanese chef – Henri Wong.

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Mang Pan Koi

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This intimate little eatery is the perfect place to cozy up to a loved one, popular with Macau’s Chinese community due to the fresh produce used and popular dishes on offer such as shark fin and abalone. This tidy, little gem is tucked away near Lou Lim Lok Garden and offers visitors an authentic Chinese dining experience.

  • Location: 26F Rua do Bispo Medeiros
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Sai Nam

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This former shop house is situated in a restored section of the Rue da Felicidade; the two storey property is famous for its shark fin soup and sea food, a great place to pick up the fresh catch of the day. Expect it to be busy on weekends.

  • Location: 36 Rua da Felicidade
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Robuchon A Galera

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Macau’s’ most expensive and exclusive restaurant featuring haute-cuisine born from the ideas of Michelin-star French chef – Joel Robuchon, is definitely somewhere to check out if you hit the jack pot in one of the casinos. The 12-course tasting menu, is possibly one of the most exquisite fine dining experiences on the island, although, be forewarned the mouth watering fare shall be accompanied by an eye watering bill.

  • Location: Hotel Lisboa, 2-4 Avenida de Lisboa
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Solmar

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A long time favourite with Macau’s residence, the traditional Macanese dishes on offer include the renowned Portuguese and African chicken, curry crab and Macau fish fillet. With over forty years experience in feeding the island dwellers and Hong Kong’s regular visitors, the Solmar has retained its unpretenscious, authentic vibe and customer base while the character of the island has rapidly excelled.

  • Location: Avenida da Praia Grande 512, Macau
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The Eight

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A contemporary Chinese restaurant based in an elegant setting with dimly-lit lights and a predominantly black interior. Check out the dum sum, as it won’t disappoint. One of the three Chinese restaurants at the Grand Lisboa and most definitely one of the finest.

  • Location: Grand Lisboa, Avenida e Lisboa
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