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It seems that everybody came here for its Potuguese Egg Tart because on my visit I didn’t see people buying other things.
Don’t buy too many, just enough for you to eat there cause it is best savored fresh from the oven. But if you...More
Just go there and try the egg tart. Don't expect any service from them. They pretend that they can't hear me when I ask is there any washroom around. I would prefer Lord Stow bakery instead of Margeret, quality of egg tart is the same...More
This is our first food stop at Macau. We were there on a Sunday afternoon and there was a ridiculously long queue for the tarts. The cafe sells sandwiches, drinks and pasta too. We got a box of 6 egg tarts for 55 MOP. Single...More
Easy to find cafe near to Grand Lisboa Casino. We arrived in the early afternoon it was busy but had enough seating available to make this a relaxing experience. We ordered the egg tarts and iced coffee and were not disappointed. The tarts were sweet...More
We found this particular establishment after finished our lunch at a restaurant nearby. When we reached this Cafe, we found quite a long queue (more than 15 people ahead of us). Since we both aimed to taste both Portuguese Egg Tarts during our brief visit...More
If you get here for tasty homemade quality egg tarts with a flaky crust and heavy filling, you get the right place. If you are looking for a fancy hipster's joint with a supreme service go somewhere else. Simple
We accidentally discover this place and the Portuguese egg tarts here are amazing. Crispy and the sweetness is just perfect for us. The size is not big. Perfect for afternoon tea or just after lunch. Love it!
Inside the bakery, it is just a traditional...More
Hi Felicia, you need to cross the Pte Gov Nobre de Carvalho bridge and move towards to Ave. Dr. Mario Soares all the way to reach the junction of Praca de Jorge Alvares. Turn to your left, and then right towards to Av. da... More
Hi Felicia, you need to cross the Pte Gov Nobre de Carvalho bridge and move towards to Ave. Dr. Mario Soares all the way to reach the junction of Praca de Jorge Alvares. Turn to your left, and then right towards to Av. da Praia Grande. Find the Av. do Infante Dom Henrique ( this road lead to Grand Lisboa), however, you will need to stop and walk across to your left to find Patio do Cmte. Mata e Oliveira street. Cafe e Nata is located in one of the alley which is inaccessible by car. Look out for a shoe store around the corner of the street where the cafe is located. This is the best I can help you. You may ask the local around the area and one more landmark is, quite a near walking distance to Grand Lisboa.