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  • Macau is a former Portuguese colony

  • and the only part of China where casino gambling is legal.

  • Get ready to battle the Chinese tourists

  • to get a taste of the unique flavours of Macau.

  • You won't find another place in the world

  • where Chinese and Portuguese food go hand in hand like this.

  • Get ready to experience the best egg tart you'll have

  • in your life.

  • Margaret's Cafe e Nata is close to Macau's first casino,

  • the Lisboa and serves arguably the best Portuguese style

  • egg tarts in Macau.

  • Arguably because there seems to be a bit of a battle

  • going on between Margaret's and Lord Stow's.

  • Margaret used to be married to Stow

  • and when they separated, she opened her own egg tart shop.

  • It's like an egg tart filled episode of a Korean drama.

  • Bakkwa, also known as Chinese style jerky is up next.

  • This barbequed thinly sliced meat is sold everywhere

  • in the streets leading up to the major tourist attractions.

  • They make them in all sorts of different flavours,

  • shapes and sizes, from sweet to fiery spicy.

  • Fight the tourists to get your free tastings

  • and take home your favourite variety by the kilo.

  • Race across the bridge to try the best version

  • of Macau's next specialty, pork chop buns.

  • Get to Tai Lei Loi Kei at exactly 3:00 PM

  • to get your pork chop buns fresh and hot.

  • The principle is simple,

  • it's a bun with a pork chop in between.

  • The execution is delicious.

  • Ever wanted to kind of visit Venice?

  • Now you have an excuse to visit the Venetian.

  • This casino is the largest in the world

  • and is home to one of Lord Stow's egg tart shops.

  • Now you can make up your mind yourself.

  • Who makes the best egg tarts in Macau,

  • Margaret or Lord Stow?

Macau is a former Portuguese colony

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