Broadway Macau holds Local Culture & Food Festival from 11 to 27 May. The Local Culture & Food Festival is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for visitors and Macau residents to experience over 150 traditional specialties at Broadway Food Street, highlighting Macau’s distinctive East-meets-West gastronomic culture.
The hawker stalls for Local Culture & Food Festival at Broadway Macau will include:
三盞燈馮記 San Zhan Deng Fung Kei
A popular Macau hawker since 1985, which will offer its famous Pork Knuckles and Ginger Stew. This regional specialty is renowned for its robust, well-balanced flavors and nutritious properties.
杏香園 Hang Heong Un
Over seven decades, has been loved by the locals for its delicious desserts made with secret recipes. The silky smooth texture of the signature Almond and Walnut Sweet Soup with Coconut Milk makes it one of Macau’s sweetest pleasures.
李家菜 Lei Ka Choi
Traditional Chinese clay pot cooking preserves flavor and retains moisture, creating dishes with rich and satisfying complexity. The clay pot dishes have been perfected in Shunde, and Lei Ka Choi’s cuisine is based on the owner’s Shunde family recipes, including the famous Curry Ox Tongue Clay Pot and Boiled Beef Brisket.
澤賢記 Chak In Kei
Serving legendary egg waffles from Mr. Zhang Zexian’s original secret recipe so that everyone can experience one of Macau’s best loved street snacks.
營地街小食 Camp Snack
Founded by Jiu Shao, who mastered the preparation of Macau’s famous Pork Chop Buns and is renowned for breaking the Guinness World Records in 2009 for the world’s largest Pork Chop Bun.
皇冠小館 Wong Kun Sio Kung
Michelin Plate restaurant, is famous for its traditional home cooking style and friendly service. Must-try selections include Sea Crab Congee and Shrimp Roe Noodles renowned for their special texture created by bamboo pole.
澳門英記餅家 Pastelaria Yeng Kee
Founded in 1928, Pasteleria Yeng Kee has a long history of making its legendary rice cookies. A delicacy dating back more than a thousand years, it is believed that the first rice cookie was made by a lady army commander, who taught civilians in Guangdong to make rice cookies to serve as military rations. Pastelaria Yeng Kee’s rice cookies are recognized as among the best in Macau.
土生葡人美食聯誼會 Confraria da Gastronomia Macaense (CGM)
Founded in 2007 to preserve and promote Macanese cuisine, so that this unique gastronomic tradition could be passed on. The stall will serve up signature dishes like cheese toast and curry samosa, so that everyone can share in the unique fusion of Portuguese and local Chinese ingredients and cooking techniques.
金燕葡式食品 Kam In Portuguese Food
As part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Macao in 2012, Alua is a traditional Macanese and Portuguese dessert with more than one hundred years of history. Kam In is the only pastry shop in Macau that is still making Alua by hand with its own secret family recipe.
There will also be up-close-and-personal performances at Broadway Food Street every day from 6:30pm, which includes nightly live entertainment, free tastings and cooking demonstrations from award-winning chefs. The award-winning chefs will also conduct cooking workshops with students from the Institute for Tourism Studies and members of the Fuhong Society of Macau. Additionally, the Macau Deaf Association will promote sign language for food at Broadway Food Street during the event.0