Macau: Egg Tarts from Lord Stow’s Bakery

I’m sure no one would disagree with me when I say that Lord Stow’s Bakery is the most famous egg tart producer in all of Macau. There might be some debate as to whether it produces the best Portuguese-style egg tarts, but there is no debate that it is the most famous, and by far the most popular Portuguese egg tart purveyor. I would put good money on the claim 90% of all visitors to Macau have had Lord Stow’s egg tarts. Hell, I’ve had them long before my first visit to Macau. Before there were direct flights from Taiwan … Continue reading Macau: Egg Tarts from Lord Stow’s Bakery

Macau: Old Neptune Restaurant at the Venetian

The last time I visited Macau, it had only ONE major casino- which was controlled by the city’s one and only gaming licensee. The gambling industry was a monopoly back then, and it attracted a fair number of visitors and day-gamblers from Hong Kong. Tourists that visit Hong Kong also saw Macau as a non-gambling day trip worth visiting for its two-and-a-half historic sites and its various unique food offerings. I remember getting off the jet foil and hitting Yee Shun Dairy, Lord Stow’s Bakery, Largo Da Senado (spelling?), and the Ruins of St. Paul at a leisurely pace enjoying … Continue reading Macau: Old Neptune Restaurant at the Venetian