Set within the Macao Museum complex, on the grounds of Mount Fortress, the Macau Museum Cafe oozes a modern and clean atmosphere. The coffee shop is spacious and features both table seats and counter seats next to a row of large wide windows. These windows allow for the room to be filled with sunlight. Since weekdays aren’t too busy, digital nomads might consider working from the cafe while enjoying natural light and a flavorsome selection of beverages, pastries, light meals, and snacks.
One of the highlights of this coffee shop is that all pastries and bread are handmade in-house by the owner, who is keen on continuously learning about ingredients and the food chain, as well as committed to sourcing the best available.
Light meals include the house salad, a rich salad with baked veggies that guests can customize by adding optional ingredients such as parma ham or smoked duck breast, and a homemade sauce like beetroot yogurt sauce. The Macau Museum Cafe offers sandwiches using artisan bread made by themselves. Guests may choose among bagel, slow fermentation baguette, or Swabian wheat bread and add a sauce and some protein like boiled eggs, roasted tiger shrimp with garlic, and more. Furthermore, the coffee shop offers an array of freshly baked pastries with a delightful homey taste. Marble cake, banana walnut cake, cheese balls, canelés, and cookies are just some of the goodies for guests to choose from.
Coffee lovers will particularly love this spot as their coffee-based beverages are brewed up with true barista science. Moreover, teas and signature drinks such as homemade pineapple jam with sparkling water or English iced lemon tea make up the drinks selection. Seasonal specials such as purple sweet potato latte are available on occasion too.
VISA, MPay, BOC Pay, ICBC, Alipay, WeChat Pay, and cash are accepted.
Opening hours: Tuesday–Sunday, 10:00am–6:00pm