Cafe Tai Lei Loi Kei (大利来咖啡室)
Populated by both locals & visitors, this is a MUST VISIT if you’re at Macau. This place serves great milk tea and highly recommended as the most delicious pork chop buns in Macau!
No, we’re not boasting, as the crispy and succulent pork chop buns are freshly made daily from 3pm onwards and usually sell out by around 5pm!

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Yes, this was what we boasted about Tai Lei Loi Kei Pork Chop Bun 大利來記豬扒包 during our visit to Macau previously.
And this popular Macau rave has landed in KL about 2 weeks ago! Joining the bustling food court at Lot 10 Hutong, this new comer from Macau needs not much of an introduction as it’s recognition as Macau’s best Pork Chop Bun has been pretty overwhelming.
Juicy pork chop with their secret recipe of savoury sauce sandwiched between crispy bun and it doesn’t need any extra dressings or sauces.

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Signature Pork Chop Bun 豬扒包 – RM11.20
Love the flavours & the meat texture.
Well, if you ask us if they are good when compared to the Macau’s version, we’re quite judgemental by saying the original Macau’s version is much juicier. Not to mention that this KL’s fare isn’t great, but we thought there were just slight differences. When spoken to the boss about this slight matter, he quickly rush to their kitchen to check. Thumbs up for the great effort :)

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Supreme Pork Chop Noodles 猪排面 – RM11.30
We would say this pork chop is dryer than the one within the bun. However the noodles were springy.

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Macau Curry Fish Balls 澳門咖喱鱼蛋 – RM5.90
Love them as they were as good as Macau’s :) And good to know, even Macau’s outlet is using fishballs from Malaysia!
Have to praise their curry as it is very well flavoured with spices & infused with the chilies zing :)

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Sawdust Cake Dessert 澳门木槺蛋糕 – RM5.50
Highly recommended by the boss, and we would love to thank him for giving us this little treat to end our meal.
Also known as Serradura in Portugese, this sawdust cake carries an intense milky aftertaste thanks to the mixture of whipping cream and condensed milk. Added with the finely crushed biscuits flakes, it created different layers with different texture :)

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Tai Lei Loi Kei Pork Chop Bun 澳门大利来咖啡室
Hutong, Lot 10,
Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur

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