Margaret’s Café é Nata @ Macau City, Macao


After some roast meats at 陈光记, we just cross the road and got into a little back alley-like place and there you find the most talked about place, Margaret’s Cafe. This place is famous for the Portuguese Egg Tarts… hence I must at least try it and prolly compare it with the KFC ones and the ones back home. So here is what I’ve found out.

The dark little alley just opposite of 陈光记

Then you will see this out of nowhere... This was taken at 5+pm

Signage... took while queueing... be prepared to queue for at least 20 mins.

Opening Hours

The lady in charge of the egg tarts... she's the busiest and had to station there permanently.

The fridge full of cheese cakes... should have tried but was too full and making stomach space for the egg tarts. The lady here is Margaret. Yes, the boss... and super grumpy looking.

Finally got my egg tarts after queueing for about 20mins+

Very soft inside and watch your lips... It's super hot.

Me munching away...

Queue at 6.15pm... still as long and never stops... They close at 6.30pm. Was lucky to get a seat... just have to wait for one but some people literally camp there...

Rating: 4/5. Loss marks in grumpy lady boss and taste.

Taste: Ok the taste of the eggy part is ok… Not too sweet. But then again, pastries like these that is served hot from the oven is deifnitely nice. Just like cakes, buns or even curry puff. The pastry however failed my standards cos even though they are piping hot, and there were still hard parts in the flakes. Unlike those in KFC, very flaky and soft. One bite and it’s nice and smooth. The hard parts are prolly due to the pastries were hand rolled… hence the layers are uneven. Other than that, really nothing special.

Portion: Average

Price: HKD$7.00 each(If I can remember correctly)

RTE: Only if friends I meet in Macau who wants to go and try. Like I said, I don’t mind trying the cheese cakes though.

Location: Enter Rua Do Dr. Pedro Jose Lobo Road, immediately on the right you find the alley on my first picture.

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