It's hard to split the better egg tarts in Macau, but these ones are pretty good! You'll also likely enjoy a shorter line in the Venetian store.
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Back in the '80s, a manager of a hotel discotheque, after watching Portuguese Pastry chefs doing the original "Pastel de Nata" (cream Pastry) decided to create his own take on it, so called, "Portuguese tart", or translated from Chinese "egg tart". I used to go...More
This bakery claims credit for popularising the Portuguese egg tart, a custardy puff pastry snack. It's good but over-rated. Lots of other bakeries also produce it in many parts of Macau. There are also breads, biscuits and cakes sold here too. Nearby is the Lord...More
Basically it's the most well-known Portuguese egg tart in Macau that everyone will tell you to try it. The locals love it. The tourists love it.
I come here to eat the "Portuguese egg tart" every time when I visit Macau. It is because I think it is the best in the place. I swear that you won't be disappointed by their egg tarts. Many visitors will buy 6-12 egg tarts...More
We went to Hong Kong last year and did a day trip with Viator over to maacau. it is a really beautiful place full of interesting history and sights. We went to Lord Stows bakery where we had the Portuguese Custard tarts. Well they were...More