Cafe Kam Ma Lon has been in business since 1976 in Rua dos Mercadores, one of Macau’s oldest and most iconic streets. A two-minute way from Senado Square, São Domingos Market and Senado Building. Besides their main product–sweet and savoury pastries–this local brand also manages a small cafe tucked inside the pastries shop. Rua dos Mercadores leads the way to some of the city’s oldest streets and alleys, such as Rua das Estalagens, Rua dos Ervanários, Rua de Tercena and Rua do Amparo.
They serve traditional, affordable and wholesome food. The usual neighborhood cha can teng menu of noodles and rice dishes, wontons, soups, and sandwiches (including pork chop bun). The cafe entrance is a local bakery that usually has long queues up front with locals looking to buy freshly made pastries to take home. Staff is very friendly and eager to recommend pastries and dishes as well. It’s an ideal place to have breakfast, lunch or a snack, but not dinner, as it closes early. This restaurant is also close to the Ruins of St. Paul.
Opening hours: Daily, 7:00am–6:30pm