Can you remember the first time that you try Indian Cuisine? I do, clearly. The first time I literally try something truly Indian was with a group of girls at the Eat Street Market back in Brisbane. I cannot tell the exact name of it. But it was kind of like marinated chicken by using special indian spice plants, pretty much like roasted chicken. It was a bit too salty for me but the flavour of it did attracted me.
As you probably already known, and also I have mentioned it for many times (well, so many times), I am locating in China for the last one and half year. China has embraced food from many other countries and it is so easily to get almost anything you want to eat her. However, I have not seen any traditional Indian restaurant here, and even the food with curry are mostly Japanese style. So I take the trip to Macau as an opportunity to treat my family and myself something Indian.
I discovered the Golden Peacock on the Michelin Guide, which I borrowed from my boss. Thought I might be interested in it and reserved a table right way. As usual, I took some pictures of what we ordered and hope it can give you some ideas on what to eat when traveling to Macau. Seriously, I think Golden Peacock does very well in their roasting meat but my parents seemed still prefer traditional Cantonese food. Anyways, they said it was a new try for them and it was not bad.
Here below is some information about The Golden Peacock