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GOLDEN EGG CRISPS

For 70 years, the queue has been getting longer for Pastelaria Pun Veng Kei "Golden Egg Crisps" With only a simple combination of egg yolk, flour, sugar and butter, hand-made baked in iron mold over charcoal fire, these egg crisps are worth salivating for.

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ASSORTED NUTS

Standing since 1962, the first impression of Si Heung today is like a mini snack museum. Here you'll find a variety of old and new pleasing flavours created with the family's recipe. Their peanuts and dried pumpkin seeds are a must try.

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ALMOND COOKIES

Pastelaria Chui Heong's are one of the only shops that uses charcoal to bake their almond cookies, the fragrance and taste are much stronger than the rest. Tender and crumbly, sweet but just a tad savory, and fragrant from almond and mung bean flour.

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CRISPY PORK COOKIES

Pastelaria Fong Kei is a historical shop that has been around since 1906, famous for its signature crispy pork cookies. Different from other pastries, crispy pork cookies actually contains pork as its filling. When you take a bite, your mouth will be covered with the taste of pork and onions, good to go with a cup of chinese tea.

MACAO-STYLE NOUGATS

MACAO-STYLE NOUGATS

Macao-style nougats can be rather hard when you first put them in your mouth, but within a minute, the entire candy softens up uniformly and imparts a mild milk flavour blended nicely with fresh tasting fillings. The biggest advantage is they are not overly sweet. Swing by the famous Cherrykoff shop to get your sweets fix or buy some that just scream “Macau” and give them away as souvenirs!

PEANUT BRITTLE CANDY

Peanut Brittle candy is freshly handmade and cut into bite size with hands. You can choose from crispy peanut candy or soft peanut candy. Despite being surrounded by big chains, Fei Zai Kee (肥仔記 ) in San Ma Lo has been around for more than 30 years. There must be a reason why.

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PHOENIX EGG ROLLS

Casa de Bolos Man Kei is owned by couple and all good are freshly made by them from scratch. Their signature product is none other than their Phoenix Egg Rolls. The fagrance of the egg rolls and the uniqueness of the curry has attracted many tourists. It is one of the must buys when you visit Macao.

MEAT JERKY

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MEAT JERKY

This is a Chinese savory-sweet dried meat prepared with spices, salt, sugar and soy sauce which is similar to jerky but with a sweeter taste, similar to our “ba kwa”. Get them at Koi Kei Bakery, first established in 1997. It now sells over 300 variety of products in the market including almond cake, egg roll, crunchy peanut candy, and meat jerky.

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LUCKY COOKIES

Pleasant crumbly texture. It is both soft and explosive in the mouth with a distinct cashew flavour. Don’t take our word for it, try it on your own and experience the goodness of the soft cashew cookie with crispy cashew nut. Get them freshly baked at Palacio Lisboa.

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