Ramalhão is a Portuguese brand hailing from the quirky village of Sintra, Portugal. Its Macau shop opened in 2019, bringing authentic Portuguese egg tarts, queijadas (cheese-based sweets) and travesseiros to the city. It’s been around as a family business in Sintra since the start of the 20th century (1902). These artisanal sweets can be eaten as a dessert or snack, accompanied by coffee or tea. One can order to go and remember to take extra away to share with friends and family.
They also sell freshly baked homemade bread–various kinds, including sourdough, sweet coconut bread–coffee (espresso included), light lunch snacks and yogurt made in Macau.
Opening hours: Daily, 8:00am–7:00pm
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