One of the biggest advantages of Macanese treats and snacks you can find in the street is their accessibility and affordability. You can find them almost everywhere and their prices are so low you wouldn’t believe.
They can be found in each corner of the street and taste amazing. It’s a good idea for a lunch if you are in rush. A pita bread filled with veggies and kebab meat costs $3. Top it with garlic sauce, mayo and ketchup and enjoy it!
Seafood buckets are sold across Macau every day. You can choose from shrimp, crab and fish and there is a great variety of veggies available. Small seafood bucket with veggies costs $2.50 and you can have it for your breakfast or lunch. It is a boiled food, thus it is light and healthy.
Macau is filled with bakeries so having a warm croissant or jam bun seems like a great idea after a busy day of sightseeing.
When in Macau, I highly recommend Denmark Miscya Bread ($1.60) and an amazing cheese bun with garlic and basil ($0.75).
If you prefer healthier option for your snack, you can grab a fresh smoothie at any restaurant/bar in Macau. If not, head to Chinese cafe that offers plenty of hot and cold drinks. Me and Cez enjoyed a green mango smoothie and blueberry shake for $3 each.
Have you been in Macau? If so, how did you enjoy the local food? Share your Macanese food experience in comments!