Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Well good afternoon from Macau (澳門 - 澳门). It is lunchtime over here so we're going to be sampling some Macanese street food. Yeah, we're just basically going to wander around and try as many tasty bites as we possibly can. So we kind of have a list of things we want to try here in Macau (澳門 - 澳门). Yes. And this was not on here. Wasn't on the list but we still found it interesting. So what is this one? So this is an egg pudding but I got the chocolate egg pudding. Yeah, they also had green tea right? Yeah. Um, so yeah it is like an egg. They sliced off the top. I don't even know how you make this to be honest. Do you shape the egg until it is creamy? I have no idea. We have no idea what this is and that is what makes it so exciting. Mmmm. Well it does not taste like boiled eggs so that is excellent. It is really creamy. Look at that. Is it sweet? Like how yeah. Yeah, it is literally like pudding. Okay. Maybe it is just like pudding that has been put inside of the eggshell. Maybe that is just the preparation of it. Look. Oh wow. This is a mystery to me. No idea how it is made but it is so delicious. Wow. And Sam doesn't like eggs so he was like no I won't have one. So are you going to eat it all then? You're missing out. Seriously this is like chocolate pudding. It is so creamy, so smooth. Unbelievable. And how much was it? Mmm. We paid what was it? 13 MOP ($1.60 USD). 13 MOP for the chocolate one and eleven for the cream one. So it took us a while to find a place that was serving pork chops this early. But we finally found one. Yeah, some of them weren't going to start serving them until 2pm. Until 2 pm. And it is around noon right now so oh bummer but we finally found somewhere and this pork chop bun (豬扒包) is one of the most popular street foods you can find in Macau (澳門 - 澳门). Yeah. It is basically. Oh wow. Thank you. Here comes our tea too. It is basically considered a Macanese specialty. Uh huh. And it is almost considered like a Macanese hamburger. Macau's take on a hamburger. So you've got your pork chop (豬扒包) in the middle. Yeah. And then you have a crispy bun. Well it is crispy on the outside and it is supposed to be soft on the inside. So I am dripping sauce all over the place. Time for me to just take a bite. Bites right into the bone! It smells so good. We ordered one to share because we were planning on sampling a lot of street food but just smelling that over here I'm like mmmm. I could have my own. That is really good. Yeah? It is a nice cut of meat. A little bit fatty but juicy and the thing I really like about it is the bun. So this is getting a little messy. There is a reason why they gave us this paper bag. I'm excited to pull out the bun. The oil. Now we've got grease all over the table. Um let me just dig right in. Yeah and guys be careful there is a bone on one of the sides. Yeah. I almost sunk my teeth into it and I came here to eat food not to visit the dentist. So haha. That is so good. Oh my gosh. You like that? Look at all of those colors. And the bread is so juicy. Yeah. The bread to me, I mean the meat is obviously really good but it is the bread that really makes this. Mmmm. Do you like that? And to go along with the pork chop bun (豬扒包) we got a milk tea (港式奶茶). I thought this was bubble tea and it looks like bubble tea at first but it doesn't have the pearls at the bottom. It is just a nice like milky tea. It does look pretty milky. It has that milky looking consistency. Mmmm. Nice and sweet and so refreshing because it is really warm out. Feeling satisfied? Yeah, it was a nice tasty little snack. And it was also cheap too. It only came to 27 MOP ($3.35 USD). Yeah, we're still going to be eating a lot more today don't worry. Well the food adventures continue. And just look at that color. It is so yellow and uh it just looks amazing. Next up we're having Pastel de Nata (蛋撻 - 蛋挞) and this is where you start to see the Portuguese influence in Macanese cuisine. This is something that you find everywhere in Portugal. We had these when we were in Lisbon. There is a really famous shop um in Belem. And yeah these are really tasty. I've had these often. I know. So let's dig in. So excited to be having them again. Mmmm. And the Macanese take on it is really good. Mmmm. Really good. Look at that. It is like so custard-y inside. Wow. And we got these from what is considered to be a famous place for them. It is called Lord Stow's. Yeah. Yeah. It is not from the original shop but it is from one of the branches and ah yeah we're just really lucky to bump in to it. It is so flakey. Haha. The exterior. Look at that. Can you see the layers these. It is like Millefeuille. I know. It is so cheap too. Like what are these 9 MOP ($1.10 USD) or something? We paid 9 each. My gosh. I could just eat these all day. All day long. My turn. Your turn. Oh, I can't wait to try this. Mmmm. You can hear the flakiness when you bite into it. Mmmm. Oh my gosh. That is so good. So flaky on the outside and so creamy and it has like a pudding like texture on the inside. This is so good. And these um because you can also get egg tarts in Hong Kong (香港). Yeah. These are more traditional. They're more Portuguese influenced whereas the ones in Hong Kong (香港) are definitely a bit different. They are more like tarts. Yeah, they are less flakey. You don't have this kind of layer on the top. They just look more yellow on the outside and they're also a little more sugary whereas I would describe these ones in Macau (澳門 - 澳门) as being more creamy and the pastry part of it being more flakey and buttery. They are so good thought like I said I could just be popping these in my mouth all day long. We have St. Paul's Ruins (大三巴牌坊) off in the background and Sam ready to sample more food. Yeah, so something you're going to find in Macau (澳門 - 澳门) well just about everywhere. Especially around the Saint Paul's Ruins (大三巴牌坊) is you get this beef jerky (豬肉乾) that is for sale. Yeah.