Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles 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?