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Litoral, Macau - pasteis de bacalhau

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This is the second of three posts on where I plan to eat in Beijing, Hong Kong and Macau during my two week trip in October. Part of the fun of traveleating is the planning stage, and more than anything, I love researching local food shops, markets, caf├ęs and restaurants. As I’ve exhausted myself on Where To Eat In Beijing – the list is still only partially complete – I thought I’d write about where to eat on the day trip to Macau from Hong Kong. Then onto the huge task of trying to finalise the Hong Kong list!

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I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG

Restaurante Valdonas came recommended by my father-in-law, who travels regularly on business to Guimaraes, a beautiful medieval town and UNESCO World Heritage site in north-western Portugal. Set in a 17th century building, the restaurant is simple but contemporary. It was quiet at lunch, so we chose to sit outside in the cool, covered courtyard. While waiting for our food to arrive, we filled up on plenty of fresh bread and olives…

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I HAVE MOVED MY BLOG TO WWW.WORLDFOODIEGUIDE.COM. CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THIS POST. IT’S EASIER TO NAVIGATE THE NEW BLOG, WHICH HAS MORE CONTENT AND PHOTOS. THANKS! HELEN YUET LING PANG

Since 1837, this famous bustling pastry shop and cafe in Belem, Lisbon, has been churning out its sensational speciality made from a secret recipe – Pasteis de Belem, a custard cream tart with a slightly burnt crust on top, sprinkled with cinnamon. It tastes best warm, but you’ll want to take some home with you (in nicely packaged tubes of multiple pasteis). It’s hard to find a table, so you have to be fast at spotting people leaving…

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