Very flaky crust with a sweet filling. Almost as good as in Portugal. Really good for munching on while walking around Macau.
Went around afternoon time and because it was a Sunday, the store was packed with a lot of people. Bought their signature egg tarts and it's heavenly! None of the egg tarts that I have tried in Singapore is as good as Koi Kei's. Their egg tarts get sold by trays in matter of minutes once it is brought out... More
Great tasty snacks from this famous place and loads of tasters to try for free only complaint to many people in shop try to buy . Took some back to uk very tasty with cup of tea , not to expensive either
People come in droves to taste their cookies, and they are simply awesome. Numerous varieties are on display and most of them offer free samples to taste, these boxes fly off the shelves in no time. They also have a live counter where they demonstrate how they are made. Their Egg tart was a revelation ! There were many other... More
Whenever you go to Macau do not forget to bring back home some Macanese delicacies from this bakery. You'll have tons of options and I think they're all good.
I can't wait for them to open a store in Australia as you can't get egg rolls, almond cakes, banana rice rolls, portugese tarts, sesame lollies like these in Australia. Even other Macau branded ones that are sold in Australia are no where as nices. They have a few stores in Hong Kong fortunately, as I visit HK a lot... More
I remembered visiting one of the many Koi Kei bakeries in Macau years ago and being wowed by the Macanese/Cantonese-style snacks sold here. Needless to say I walked away with bags of peanut candies and boxes of egg rolls. Visiting Koi Kee several years later, I'm sorely disappointed to find that its standards have slipped greatly. Don't get me wrong,... More
There are several Koi Kee outlets in Macau's Senado Square itself, so choose one that is convenient for you. I visited the outlet closest to St Paul's Cathedral as it was bigger. There are many different local snacks to choose from, with almond biscuits being the most popular. The staff were helpful and polite. However, expect lots of tourists. The... More
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