Blissful Carrot is a multi-cuisine restaurant in Macau known for its wide range of vegetarian and vegan options. The menu is a rotating one, which features cold wraps, hot grilled sandwiches, salads, rice bowls, pasta, tacos and dessert. The restaurant caters to the needs of health conscious people and use only fresh, organic ingredients in their dishes. Some of their specialties include the Mediterranean grilled veggie wrap, Sonoma Garden salad, the curry bowl and the Three Amigos. Do leave some space for trying out some of their gluten free desserts.
The award winning Lord Stow's Bakery is a local favorite and celebrated by Japanese tourists. Though small, this neighborhood bakery boasts a wide selection of cakes, breads and pastries. On the "worth trying" list is their healthy egg white cake loaf, Portuguese-style egg tart and mud cake. The open-fronted bakery, featuring a floor tiled with small green mosaic tiles, also makes customized foods upon request. Not particularly expensive and definitely worth a try.
This is definitely the kind of place where you could picture retired Napoleonic officers discussing the latest war between European powers, wearing military uniforms and rattling their sabres. The décor has a distinct military style and is very well organized with waiters marching between tables, medals swinging from their proud chests. The menu features the perennial Portuguese favourite—bacalhau—as well as many other dishes including African Chicken and seafood rice.
Known for its palatable food, chic decor, and warm atmosphere, Lai Heen seldom fails to make its customers' experience a memorable one. Set on the 51st floor of The Ritz-Carlton hotel, this is where you can feast on a plethora of taste-bud-tingling, Cantonese delicacies while enjoying a breath-taking view of the city. Largely featuring traditional dishes, each item on the menu is infused with a touch of culture, that keeps you coming back for more. Do try the signature seafood, rice, and noodle varieties, and complement it with a refreshing cup of traditional Chinese tea, recommended by the restaurant's very own tea sommelier.
LemonCello is a vibrant ice cream parlor, known for its unconventional ice cream flavors like ginger, pepper, tofu and figs. The store, famous for its Italian ice creams, has garnered the attention of children and those who have a dissatisfied sweet tooth. The chefs here a constantly trying to raise the bar when it comes to making desserts, by trying new concepts and ingredients; which in turn makes this ice cream parlor, one of the best places for desserts, in the city.
Located on the first floor of JW Marriott Macau, Urban Kitchen is an upscale restaurant serving food from various parts of Asia and Europe in a sleek and stylish environment. Each cuisine has a designated head chef that prepares authentic creations presented in contemporary style, offering you feast for your taste buds as well as your eyes. The Peking Duck, Beef steak and the Hand-pulled noodles are some of the specialties of the restaurant.
If you love seafood and buffet, then you are in for a treat at Belcanção. This Four Seasons restaurant and wine bar serves an inspired Asian menu with various global cooking styles. Their buffet spread regularly changes and is distinct from every meal course. Be it breakfast, brunch lunch or dinner, there is no monotony at this place. Dinners are always themed and seafood is the highlight of both their lunch and dinner sections. Check out their specialties as well. Crustaceans, grilled seafood, meat carvings and decadent desserts will tempt your palate. Whether you are on business, with family or friends, you will enjoy their delicious spread. Smart casuals are recommended and reservations are advisable.
Café Tai Lei Loi Kei is a small eatery in Macau known for their pork chop buns, which is a Portuguese variation of a classic sandwich infused with local flavors. The buns are grilled, while the meat is juicy and melts in your mouth. If you're looking for something different, they also offer pineapple buns, which gives it a tangy aftertaste in each bite. The place is quite small and gets a bit crowded during evenings, so if you wish to savor some of their specialty buns, make sure to come here on weekday afternoons.