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February 1, 2018



With most eating establishments in Macau being bakeries, I couldn't really find a good option for me to have an early dinner.  So, I headed back to the ferry terminal just to see if I could eat at one of the joints they have upstairs.  Luckily, I found a good spot for some dumplings, steamed buns and pan-fried noodles.

The dumplings were fried and filled with pork, really delicious.  Again, unlike what I had in Korea and much of Japan, Chinese dumplings just seem to have way fewer fillers.

The steamed buns were a mix of shrimp and pork, less of the former and more of the latter.  Thankfully, they weren't heavy or filling, and just a dab of soy sauce and hot oil brought these things to life.

The pan-fried noodles were really excellent, good crunch on the outer portions that didn't have any sauce.  The thin slices of pork and the sauce thrown onto the noodles were delicious.

Noodle & Dim Sum Kitchen

Pan-fried noodles w/pork:

Whole Sauteed Prawns

Fried pork dumplings:

Whole Sauteed Prawns

Shrimp & pork steamed buns:

Whole Sauteed Prawns
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