Estabelecimento de Comidas Toung King is easily located, as it’s practically right next to that symbolic roundabout where one finds the three lamps post from which the Three Lamps District takes its name. The owner is a Burmese-Chinese man who takes pride in bringing to Macau some popular Burmese cuisines to locals. This restaurant is quite simple and tiny, but affordable and usually full during meal times.
It’s ideally located for people looking to visit this district and its surrounding areas, which include Horta e Costa avenue, the Red Market, but also a series of quirky little roads and alleys featuring the most local-style businesses one can find in Macau. From florists to vegetables and fruits stalls, tofu desserts and drinks to popular street food dishes, there is a bit of everything in this area. The Red Market is less than 10 minutes away.
Estabelecimento de Comidas Toung King is known for its offal noodles, but also has some different dishes you’ll hardly find in other places, such as the pig’s brain noodles. It is said to be the only shop within Hong Kong and Macau that commercializes it legally.
Opening hours: Daily, 11:00pm–10:00pm
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