“Special for us, especially for you!” is their motto. They are a food truck stall inside one of the stores located in Calçada do Amparo, and they sell beer and some tapas as well. A unique little shop along the street behind the Ruins of St. Paul’s. A must have here is their bifana (pork steak bun). It is basically a Portuguese version of the famous “chu bao bao” (pork chop bun) that we have here in Macau. This rustic approach is probably best if you like your sandwich burger plain without sauces or bits of vegetables and it is usually paired with their Super Bock beer. They also sell codfish (balcahau) cakes, caldo-verde (Portuguese green vegetable soup), prego (fried steak bun), croquette, and serve special combos too.
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- GF, 26Rua de Nossa Senhora do Amparo, Macau
- +853 2821 0312
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