Friday, August 21, 2009

Pork Chop Bun at Cafe Tai Lei Loi Kei, Macau

We spent only 17 hours in Macau. Since most meals are taken care of (ahem, as mentioned previously ) in THE world famous Pork Chop Bun. Ordered 2 buns to share between the 4 of us. This was my share. The other half had been promptly gobbled up. Good portion for a yummy snack.Call me old fashion but I just prefer gassy soft drinks in glass bottles. Anyone knows why it's usually cans in Malaysia but bottles overseas?However on that day, I had 'Nai-cha' ie Milk Tea instead. Weather was sizzling but the way tea was served was too interesting to resist. Hot tea came in a pot, evaporated milk in the glass, sugar in containers on table. Mix it yourself.Buildings around the bustling stall.Add: Tai Lei Loi Kei 大利來記咖啡室
Largo Governador Tamagnini Barbosa,
Taipa, Macau.

Pork Chop Bun starts selling from 3pm onwards.

13 comments:

Selba said...

So many people! The tea sounds interesting...

J2Kfm said...

i did not have the patience back then.
notice the cadbury drink? chocolate?

Life for Beginners said...

I just love how half the names are in Portuguese. The Devil asked me, "If the ang moh dunno Chinese or Portuguese, die lar!"

LOL

Tummythoz said...

Selba, it's just tea but providing the homely contraption was interesting.

J2Kfm, we were a wee early so managed to grab a good table. Supposedly the choc drink was new but didn't see any of the patrons having it.

Life for Beginners, if not for those Portugese names, I keep thinking it's part of China. =P
Even had to be reminded by the immigration to show passport when we arrived & leave. =P =P

550ml jar of faith said...

Soft drinks in bottles are waaayyy classier than cans!! On the flipside though, I'd probably end up drinking more if they were widely bottled here as well, so they can stay in cans!

mimid3vils said...

Heard that their pork chop buns are limited quantity~~ ?

Hazza said...

Pork chop buns sounds quite extravagant. Can you get this in KL?

Tummythoz said...

550ml jar of faith, haha like that oso can.

mimid3vils, didn't hear nor see any such indication. But then again, maybe b'coz we were early.

Hazza, so far no sound no picture.
=,(

sc said...

hmmm,the pork chop buns dont look as nice as those in HK..i didnt have time to try this in Macau when i was there. good la?

Little Inbox said...

Need to go there early, otherwise the place is so packed.

Tummythoz said...

sc, and I did not get to try those in HK. It was good but how to compare?

Little Inbox, we were so no need to wait for table or service.

worldwindows said...

Can't remember seeing this very Malaysian style eatery!

Tummythoz said...

worldwindows, then some will say u've not been to Macau.. hehe.

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