Perfect ending to the last night in macau in Antonio restaurant. One of the just truly dish is the baked seafood rice and the salted cod.
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We visited Antonio for lunch and it didnt disappoint. I had the African Chicken which was delicious while my wife had the Duck Rice. Pretty tricky place to find but worth the effort. We were also lucky enough to meet Antonio which was an added bonus - he is very passionate about his food and his restaurant certainly reflects this.
Having lived in Macau for many years this was supposed to be a happy reunion with our local friends. We were shocked and dismayed by the very poor service quality. The waitress should not be employed in the service industry. No smile at all, rude, kept us waiting, did not assist and completely unqualified to work in a restaurant. No... More
Antonio's is the best Macanese restaurant bar none. They use the highest quality ingredients and the service and atmosphere are brilliant. This time Antonio himself was not around to remove the champagne cork with a sword (as is his party trick) but the staff treated us like old friends as we went through a feast of prawns, clams, smoked salmon,... More
Went for a lunch on a quiet Wed arvo, small quaint place. They really do some fantastic food. Given it's a Michelin star so on a pricer side. We paid about HK$1050 for a jug of sangria, Portuguese sausages(smoked/cooked at your table), african chikn n duck rice (absolutely delicious) A must visit if you are in Macao.
I expected better from a Michelin starred restaurant than what we received here. I found the food at O Santos to be more flavorful and better cooked. I was a decent meal but one that was also pretty forgettable. Those I was with did rave about a seafood wet rice which I could not taste due to allergies but that... More
Great location! Cute place. Lovely setting. Found the place a bit pretentious. Food just ok to bland and expensive. Not sure what the fuss is all about.
I adore Portuguese cuisine and never pass up a chance to try it around the world. What better place than Macau? I've had the good fortune to eat at Antonio's on two separate occasions and both have been excellent in every way. Yes it is pricey, but you will pay more in a casino restaurant with 1/10 the old world... More
Everything we ordered tasted great ..... but Whoa .....its pricey , and the quantity of food per plate is way way lesser than what other good portugese restro offer and to be honest in half the price.It might be expensive coz its been in the Michelin Guide for years now . The food is definitely good ...we ordered duck rice... More
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I have made a lunch booking for 4 tomorrow (Jan 24) at 12 noon. Actually we are a couple from HK and going to meet another couple who travel from Taiwan. As your restaurant will start from 12 noon, is there any nearby attraction / things to do you can suggest to kill 1.5 hours.
Appreciate for your reply and see you tomorrow.
Is there an extra charge to use the fitness center, or is it included in the room rate please? Thank You!