Nothing too fancy, but the Macao food here is pretty good. Minchi is a big bowl of rice with pork, vege, fried potato and egg. Parco Balichao Tamarinho is like curry chicken, remember to order the bread. Serradurra dessert is really nice.
Came here to try the reknowed Wantan mee (but just realize 伟记云吞面 has moved down the street to everyday food court). The noodle is fairly thin, but I think the highlight is the char siew, which is pretty good.
We order a mixed fish and curry soup base. The ingredients and soup are pretty good, but the curry soup base is just too thick for consumption. Price is pretty expensive as well.
The shop is really quiet, but the dim sum is alright (some not much crowd, they only steam it on demand).
The food stall changes hand quite frequently here. Generally plenty of varieties, tables and crowd.