After a hot, humid, crowded Saturday afternoon in November (!) of sightseeing in tropical Macau, my husband and I wound up around the corner from the A-Ma-temple, on a waterfront street below a hotel with a terrace. We asked outside about getting a beer and were invited up the stairs and into a lovely hotel. Because we weren't dressed for the restaurant, we sat out on the terrace and enjoyed a nice view of the waterfront. After cooling down with beer and lemon tea, we ordered the Paella Valenciana for two. It was the best paella either of us had ever eaten, by leaps and bounds - (and we were in Spain a year ago, and then again, just two months ago). The seafood (clams, mussels, squid) was succulent and fresh, chicken and sausage moist and delicious, rice flavorful. The rice included lots of lovely fresh pea pods and smaller bits of fish, meat and chicken. My description doesn't do it justice; I think it takes quite an accomplished chef to fashion something this special. After we ordered, the Maitre'd mentioned to us that the chef is famous worldwide for this dish, and we could understand why! If you find yourself in Macau, we highly recommend this restaurant. Thank you to the nice staff, and especially, to our very kind and helpful server, Assistant Director Joshua Khoo. Joshua recommended a perfect dessert for this meal, of sorbet, berries, and liqueur. Thank you!
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