First opened in Travessa do Matadouro in 1903, Fat Siu Lau was relocated to Macau’s former red-light street (Rua da Felicidade)–where it still stands–the restaurant still has the same decoration, remarkable front door and is run by the same family who founded it, Wong Man Sing’s family. Its signature dish is called ‘shek ki’–roasted pigeon–and it is said to be a local delicacy done with a family recipe.
The restaurant has a vintage and historic vibe sure to amaze diners looking for a singular local experience. It serves local Macanese and Cantonese specialties and besides the pigeons, other must try dishes include curry crab, African chicken, baked pork chop on rice, baked Portuguese chicken, grilled prawns, amongst others. They also have some Portuguese inspired items such as sautéed clams, caldo verde soup and more.
Opening hours: Daily, 12:30pm–10:30pm
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