With a rich history that spans centuries, Macau is home to an intoxicating mix of Portuguese colonial heritage and Chinese culture. The food here echoes influences from India, Africa and Southeast Asia, incorporating spices that made their journey on the Portuguese trade routes across the world.
Since 1999, when the Portuguese handed Macao back to China, the country has grown into an exciting, world-class entertainment and dining hub, juxtaposed against centuries-old colonial architecture and local eateries that have been serving the same food for more than half a century. Take a tour of these don’t-miss dining spots.
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