A small family-owned bakery business well-known for their pandesal—literally “bread with salt” in Spanish and Tagalog. Rush hours mean a long queue in front of this shop set in Rua da Alfândega, up Rua da Felicidade. This was nicknamed the “filipino district” because it offers a long list of services, restaurants and cafes catering to this big community in Macau. From hairdressers to bakeries, restaurants to supermarkets, you will find a world of filipino products.
Affordable, this simple shop serves fresh goods baked everyday. They also sell puto, siopao and homemade chocolate chip brownies. They opened a new shop on the same street with the same name: it also serves pandesal, but its specialty are filipino desserts such as halo halo, cassava cake, leche flan, amongst others. None of the shops have a seating area.
Opening hours: daily, 10:00am–2:00am
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