What and Where to Eat in Macau
The world-class standard of cuisine in Macau caters to locals and visitors to the island in search of an exclusively five-star experience. On the flip side of this, being a city of contrast it is easy to find cheap food and also not compromise on quality or taste – be it dim sum or a gourmet dish, dining out here doesn’t have to break the bank.
Taipa is the place to head for tasty and well-priced Portuguese food, while downtown Macau’s daai-paai-dawng – open air street stalls - are cheap and cheerful and arguably offer some of the best food on the island. Dining is an early affair in Macau usually coming to a finish at around 21:00.