I've been coming here regularly for 10 years now, whenever we're in town for the Macau Grand Prix and I love the ambience as well as the food. Let's get this on the table straight away. This is not a flashy, glitzy restaurant with smooth faceless service. This is more like eating in someone's home, from the food to the rooms, which are basically the upstairs and downstairs main rooms of a very small building.
Service is friendly, and attentive, and the food is rustic, solid, flavoursome cooking. On my last visit we had the casquinha (crab stuffed with cheese and baked in its shell) for starters, and followed it up with a stunningly robust crab curry. The dish was huge and packed with flavour, and if we got messy tackling it, that was all to the good. The yellow stains from picking it apart stayed with me for a while, but it was worth it for the great taste.
This is not haute cuisine and makes no pretentions to being. What it is is good value for money for those not afraid of digging in and enjoying unsubtle but delicious food.
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