Breakfast in Macau could be a very filling one. Thus, try not to just fill yourself with just a treat from one place, as there are many more to visit as you walk around the streets. Since we managed to spend just one night in Macau, our “to-eat” list was kinda packed. But still, we managed to try a few recommended to-be eateries.

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As we walked around Largo de Senado looking out for the breakfast spot before visiting the Ruins of St. Paul, a small stall which was located in the middle of the unopened shops caught our attention.
Thus we ended up having some dim sums & glutinous rice by the streets, joining the locals on a bench at Rua da Palha.

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Fresh fruits along the streets!

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Cafe Kam Ma Lon 金马轮咖啡饼店
A rather typical looking HK-Macau coffee house or “char chan teng” lined with its white-tiled walls, this is not the place where you’ll come to look for inspiring decor. However, it was highly recommended by a friends of ours for their good food at very moderate prices.
From pork chop buns, crispy baguette sandwiches, rice and noodle dishes, tea, coffee, cakes & pastries to Portuguese egg tarts.

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Look at the huge bun on the counter top!

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Milk Tea is a must here. Silky smooth drink to kick start your day before more gastronomic journey.
I like it hot.

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While Chris prefer his Milk Tea Cold

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Most people said Pork Chop Bun is one of the must have here at Cafe Kam Ma Lon. So we had one :D
The pork chop was kinda tasty & juicy but we still adore Tai Lei Loi Kei’s version in Macau. Not to mention the bun. It was dry and no as soft as Tai Lei Loi Kei’s.

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Polo Bun 菠萝包
Love the sugary top crust as it was cooked to a golden-brown colour, resulting a fragrant & crispy texture. And the bun was soft :)
Added in a piece of cold butter and it was so perfect!
To our dismay, we didn’t manage to check out any Polo Bun over at Hong Kong, thus we decided to try ‘em here *slaps forehead*

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Cafe Kam Ma Lon 金马轮咖啡饼店
50, Rua dos Mercadores
(near Avenida Ribeiro and Rua da Felicidade)

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