|The space is grand, classically elegant with a modern flair. I loved that the teapot was placed on a mini candle-lit heater to help it retain its heat. |
|Interestingly, we were served an "amuse-bouche" of barbequed pork sliced abalone on a fried cracker.|
Steamed Spinach Dumplings ($36 MOP)
My sister ordered a bunch of dim sum and this was one of them. I didn't try any of this one in particular, but it looked very dainty.
Pan Fried Taro Cake ($32 MOP)
This wasn't bad by any means, but I would probably skip this next time.
|I was a tiny bit disappointed that we ended up with the tail end of the piggy, instead of the upper half. The visual impact was certainly less appealing.|
|The rest of the pig was chopped up for us as well. But after all the heaviness from the rice + pork combination, we had to pack some of this home.|
Sauteed Kale with Dried Shrimps and Shrimp Paste in Casserole ($80 MOP)
My dad insisted on ordering some veggies to balance out the feast of meat.
Poached Scallop with Dried Shrimp and Glass Noodles in Thickened Broth ($125 MOP)
This was probably the healthiest thing we ordered in the entire meal. I thought that it was a good pre-dessert palate cleanser.
|Dessert came in the form of complimentary, fresh-out-of-the-oven pastel de nata (Portuguese egg tarts), possibly my favourite thing in the world. It was the perfect bite to satisfy my sweet tooth without tipping me over the edge.|