Comparing to the mouth-watering pictures on the Michelin Guide, I’d rather to believe my own experience. And I believe my pictures are more convincing(to you guys?) because I am not doing as good as a professional photographer, who can turn ‘NOT-THAT-TASTY’ food into fancy photos (hehe, kidding, I adore those who can take amazing pictures). As you know, I am always telling the truth, the good or bad, I’ll tell objectively and let you make the final decision whether to try it or not.

Today’s tour is quite special because I am not going to do the test meal in a Michelin-Stared restaurant. Not going to be sitting there and wearing my formal outfits. Instead, we are heading to two of the most-recommeded local stores by Michelin-Guide, here in Macau, and do some I call “test-eating” for you guys, and of course, taking some pictures.
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The first store we visited is a dessert store called “义顺鲜奶” (sorry than I found no English on the menu). I tried their Red Bean Milk Jelly and Ginger Milk Jelly, and it was amazing!! The Jelly is quite soft and smell of the milk was quite strong, which I Ioved so much. The only thing I felt not that perfect was the red bean was a bit sweeter than I expected. I do not eat food with strong sugar and sweet taste, so you can tell the sweet level it has might suit yours.
Address: 381 Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro (SanMaa Road), Macao.
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And the second store we visited was Lord Stow’s Bakery inside of The Venetian (安德鲁饼店). The celebrity dish there was the portugal egg-tart, so any reason I did not try it? hehe. The base of the egg-tart was crispy and hot, and with the soft egg&milk filling inside,   I definitely give a thumb up! If you prefer to have a not-to-sweet afternoon tea as I do, you can order some milk tea or coffee as companion.
Address: K13, Level 1, Shoppes at Venetian
Hope you love my Macau Diary.
Love from #Emily.G