After all the hotel visits (without picture….I will try to make this more like a travelling blog instead of food blog soon), here we are, at Senado Square. A place you can’t say you been to Macau if you never visit here.
Thanks god too, after raining for the whole morning, it’s finally stopped at around 2 PM and we can explore around here.
While there are many historical buildings around here, there are many food stalls around too. I just love the bubble milk tea here, and I especially enjoy their smaller than usual bubble. 8.0/10
Of course, how can one miss out pork burger when at Macau?!! However, the quality differs from each stall , and while some are super tasty, the one I had is just normal. 6.0/10
The crazy famous Kui Kee that got like 5 to 6 shops (or more) in the tiny Senado Square. And each of them is full with people!! You can sample most of their cookies before you buy, and I guess almost everyone come to Macau will buy something back from them. To me, I am not a fan of all these cookies.
While walking around, we also saw a short line queueing up somewhere, which is Poon Weng Kee Cookies (潘榮記減蛋金錢餅).
Each cookies is hand made and since they did not mass produce, each of them is oh so fresh.
However, seriously I don’t find anything special on this thing that made by using egg yolk, flour, sugar and butter only. 4.0/10
After finish explore around Senado Square, we saw Yee Shun Milk Company(義順牛奶公司).
They are famous for their Double steamed milk pudding, which many had says it’s superb. Too bad, I don’t really like this type of pudding too….neither did LY enjoy it. However, it’s so so so so much better than the one I tried at Fohsan, Ipoh, lol. 5.5/10
All in all, Senado Square is still a must visit place for anyone came to Macau. I regretted very much that I can’t find Margaret’s Cafe to try their famous Portuguese egg tart. Too bad, maybe next time.
Total Damage: Pork Burger + Pearl Milk Tea @ HKD 23
Poon Weng Kee Cookies @ HKD10
Double steamed milk pudding @ HKD20
Location : Sendao Square, Macau