Noite e Dia Café was named so because when it first inaugurated, it was one of the only eateries open 24 hours and where gamblers would dine. This restaurant is very popular amongst Sociedade de Jogos de Macau workers, but also locals, who go there for the Macanese and Cantonese-inspired dishes. With a vintage vibe decoration, this eatery isn’t very big, but suits people looking for high quality food. It’s located in Hotel Lisboa, opposite to a bakery selling freshly baked bread and pastries everyday.
Noite e Dia Café serves tacho, char siu (BBQ pork), vegetarian dishes, but also sushi, Portuguese dishes and a wide array of dim sum selections. As for drinks, besides beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages, there’s also a wide tea menu available and soft drinks, plus ice lemon tea and more.
Opening hours: 24 hours
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