Macau Coffee Shops Eats - Cha Chaan Teng 2

By Vestigo Macau 
Photography: Amy Wong / Wu Sai Cheong / Benny Wu

Rain or shine, we’re always on the lookout for the best bites to eat in this hustle and bustle city. There are numerous cha chaan teng restaurants and tea houses around Macau, serving up our favourite Cantonese-style fast food which consists of Hong Kong-style milk tea, french toast, pork chop buns, carb-filled delights and more. Read on to find the best local Cantonese and Macanese dining spots around the city. 

ALVES CAFÉ (阿維斯咖啡)
With six branches around downtown Macau, Alves Cafe serves up Macanese cuisine such as deep-fried codfish fritters, curry chicken and french toast. Their extensive coffee selection is perfect for coffee lovers, offering a variety of single origin coffees to go alongside your hearty meal. Be sure to try their signature tea drink “ Kei Cha” with its unique layers of creamy and aromatic sensation.

Address: Macau Av. De Sidonio Pals No.43-AB, Va lec R/C B ADDRESS: Em (7 outlets)
Telephone:  +853 2892 0686 

ON KEI (西灣安記)
Opened since 1954, Sai Van On Kei’s known for their Macanese and Cantonese hot dishes. Their gigantic menu features everything from spam with instant noodle, stir fry beef “chow fun” noodles, baked pork chop rice in tomato sauce and the famous pork chop buns, oxtail macaroni and its signature milk tea. Avoid the crowds of tourists on the weekends by ordering from their delivery menu on Facebook.

Address:  Edificio Chun Pek, 14 Estr. da Vitoria, Macau (3 outlets)
Telephone: +853 2853 0646

MA KAI KANG Cafe (馬慶康咖啡室)
This local spot has a blend of classic Cantonese favourites such as char siu scrambled egg on rice and macaroni in tomato soup, but it’s their creative dishes that caught our eye. Our favourite is the Ovaltine french toast with cheese filling- an upgraded take on the classic french toast, coating it with a crunchy layer of Ovaltine flakes on top and filling it with melted cheese in the middle. Wash it down with a rich glass of milk tea or their colourful seasonal summer drinks.

Address: Edificio Vai Tat, R. de Francisco Xavier Pereira, Macau
Telephone: +853 2859 0161  

NAM PING Café (南屏雅敘)
For a quick snack or breakfast, there’s nothing better than a warm sandwich and a glass of silky milk tea to get you fueled up. In Macau’s Nam Ping, they take things up a notch with a sandwich that is brimming with char-siu or roasted pork and ham, nestled in a golden layer of omelette. If you need a sweet treat, they also served a nostalgic Chinese style sugar-coated donut.

Address: Nam Ping, 85-85A Rua de Cinco de Outubro, Macau
Phone: +853 2892 2267

WAH FENG Bistro (華峰食館)
Pineapple buns with iced butter, Char Siew and Chicken combo with rice, sandwiches, stirred-fried flat rice noodle “Malaysia” style, vegetables with oyster sauce… Wai Feng is the one stop to satisfy all your cravings. Did we mention their wallet-friendly lunch menu, with most lunch sets under MOP $40.

Address: 454, Av. Dr Sun Yat Sen, Vila de Taipa
Telephone: +853 2883 2115

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