APOMAC Macau stands for Associação dos Aposentados, Reformados e Pensionistas de Macau, an association created 16 years ago to represent the retired locals. Besides medical and recreational services, APOMAC also features a canteen, where everybody can go. There are discounts for members, but normal prices are pretty friendly too.
Be sure to try their steak, called “Bife à APOMAC”. This piece of gorgeous and tender meat is served with a secret recipe sauce and potatoes. We also like their pork minchi—a classic Macanese dish that is done to perfection here. It really is a peculiar place to eat at, since there is a perfect mix of cultures. APOMAC Macau is generally a Macanese association. Therefore, one can have lunch while listening to conversations in both Portuguese and Cantonese. If lucky, even some Patuá. The fish fillet and the feijoada are also worth a try. We reviewed this restaurant and interviewed the president of APOMAC, Jorge Fão. Check it here.