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Our limited time in Macau did give us plenty of headache when it comes to food. While spoilt for choice, we also wanted to have something memorable and unique in Macau. There were two options in Taipa, Restaurante Dumbo 小飛象葡國餐 that serves mean Macanese food and Casa de Pasto Seng Cheong 城昌饭店, a Chinese restaurant that serves delicious crab porridge. But before that…
I love Rua do Cunha 官也街. It’s a small street in Taipa but do not underestimate it. It’s full of character and erm.. food too. I first explored this street two years ago and making a return for something that I truly missed – durian ice cream.
Gelatina Mok Yi Kei 莫義記 is the first shop you will see when you come down from the bus and don’t be fooled by the shop’s normal appearance.
My tour mates were still dazed from their first bus ride in Macau, so while waiting for them to ‘recover’, I hurriedly went over to the shop and bought my favourite durian ice cream.