Café Vong Kei is a vintage-like restaurant in Taipa Village serving local and easygoing food. It’s very popular amongst both locals and tourists, as well as some expats looking to dine for an affordable price. With traditional dishes and light ones as well–egg-based, signature Macau dish pork chop bun, homemade milk tea–Vong Kei features two floors with several decor items for all to check out upstairs. With a clean and wide atmosphere, it allows for a peaceful meal (out of peak hours), but also a taste of the truest Macau during rush hours, when everyone rushes to have something to eat.
Café Vong Kei is located in the heart of Taipa Village, close to several other eateries, cafés, and souvenir shops, including Lord Stow’s Bakery, in Rua do Cunha. Rooftop is located on the other side of the street from Vong Kei. Advertising that they have iced milk tea since 1958, Cafe Vong Kei is also very popular with people wanting to takeaway food for when they’re walking down Taipa Village historic streets.
Opening hours: Daily, 7:00am–6:00pm
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