Estabelecimento de comidas ‘hin kei: Burmese Food in Macau

Diana Chan October 17, 2012 Macau

As our first meal in Macau for Burmese food was a disappointment, we were very determined to find some real authentic Burmese noodles. We found Estabelecimento de comidas ‘hin kei to fill our cravings.

This place was packed at night for dinner. Mostly locals have heard of this place.

Malt Vita Soy in glass bottles is so much better than the ones in cartons.

Deep-Fried Intestines were very addictive and crunchy! I would order plates and plates of these if I could.

There are peppers on the table that you can add to your dishes!

They also have raw onions in hot sauce. It’s very very hot, but its really good. I was surprised.

Dry noodles with shredded chicken was also a very flavourful dish! Really simple, but really good!

Mohinga has noodles in a fish based soup with fried items on top. It was really good here! It’s a very traditional breakfast item in Burma.

This is another noodle and soup dish, but it has pork instead. It was also really well made!

Coconut Chicken Noodle in Soup was also great, except for the bones in the chicken.

Overall, it was a great last meal in Macau for Burmese Food. My relatives were happy that we were able to find very authentic Burmese food. If only there was food like this in Vancouver.

We Rate Estabelecimento de comidas ‘hin kei:

Estrada de Adolfo Loureiro, No 3GB, R/C, Macau

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

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