Very mediocre Portuguese restaurant considering the competition. Set lunch is acceptable but nothing to get excited about. Weekend buffet has limited choice with the majority being fried or pulled out of the fridge and reheated.
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ao Grama is well located in the centre of Taipa (10-minute drive from Ferry terminal). Very friendly staff with all professional services. Excellent seafood served with wine and dessert at the end of my meal. Can't find a similar meal in anywhere else. Two thumbs...More
This is a fine-looking restaurant right in the centre of Taipa, providing a sort of well known portuguese dishes. As a portuguese, I went there searching for the famous "bitoque", which was good but could have been better, specially when considering the above average price....More
Just around the corner from Park n Shop which is now known as “Taste” lies Ao Grama who themselves have had a makeover. The outside smoking and dining area has been converted into a Singaporean jewelry shop with a lot of fancy stuff, tacky. The...More
After several trips to Macao i cannot understand why didnt find this place before. Open from lunch time to 23:00pm, with a really nice design, good offer of dishes and average prices similar to the classic old portuguese taverns in the city, but with the...More
If you want to enjoy traditional Portuguese cuisine and dine in the comfort of a friendly and relaxing environment, then this might be the perfect choice. Reasonable prices and portions plus friendly staff will definitely give you excellent value for money.
I have lunch/dinner at Ao Grama frequently. My favorite dishes are fried cod fish balls, sauteed shrimps with garlic, suckling pigs, grilled cod fish, and egg pudding. All of them are delicious. The restaurant staff are friendly and helpful with professional service. I will bring...More
I went there for lunch and the quality of set lunch was totally terrible. I ordered a set of veal and chicken breast, which were salty and tasteless respectively. The additional order of suckling pig costed us MOP158 with only 3 Small pieces including one...More
The interior is a bit clinical but I was surprised at the quality of the food. I had Octopus Salad followed by Secretos (Black Pork). There was sliced pineapple sprinkled with cinnamon with the main course which complimented the pork nicely. I had a crepe...More