澳門瑞吉酒店「雅舍」 – 土生葡人下午茶
Style Macanese Afternoon Tea at The Manor

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澳門瑞吉金沙城中心酒店內的「雅舍」餐廳搜羅了充滿傳統風味的澳葡特色食譜,於每週六下午3至6時為饕客帶來澳葡傳統美饌—土生葡人下午茶(Chá Gordo),透過多款澳葡特色美點,感受揉合中西文化魅力的地道澳葡飲食文化。

土生葡人下午茶,直譯自葡語為「肥茶」,喻意豐盛或盛宴。土生葡人熱情好客,受葡萄牙古老飲食傳統和東方美食文化薰陶下,創造了土生葡人下午茶,是每逢節慶日子時在家中舉辦的聚會,以招待親朋好友,乃土生葡人飲食及社交文化的象徵。「雅舍」餐廳特意搜羅了傳統且不常見的特色食譜,打造出如此獨一無二的下午茶,務求讓賓客一嚐這個訴說著澳葡歷史文化的傳統,並向這個悠久的飲食文化致敬。

「雅舍」的土生葡人下午茶提供超過三十款精緻煎炸美點、糕點及蒸點心。鹹點包括石鑿(Apabicos)、炸角仔(Chilicote)、粉果(Chilicote-Folhas)、炸咖喱肉碎包(Pãozinhos Recheado)等;甜點方面則有蛋白蛋糕(Pudim Molotof)、椰汁糯米糕(Bagi)、葡國朱古力蛋糕(Bolo de Chocolate)、薯仔蛋糕(Batatada)及椰子黃豆糕(Ladu)等,另有澳門特色無花果蜜及西洋菜蜜供賓客沖調飲用。

除澳葡式點心外,餐廳還加入了經典中式點心如叉燒包、燒賣,及澳門懷舊小吃如麥芽糖夾餅,為傳統下午茶帶來新元素。豐富的下午茶並不止於此,賓客還可點選免治飯(Minchi)或鮮蝦叉燒酸薑炒米粉(Lacassá)。

適逢澳門被聯合國教科文組織(UNESCO)評定為「創意城市美食之都」並啟動「2018澳門美食年」,「雅舍」誠意為賓客重現的土生葡人下午茶,正好展現出澳門豐厚的餐飲文化,將會是與三五知己共眾一堂、一嚐澳葡風味的最佳時機。

「雅舍」餐廳逢星期六,下午3時至6時呈獻土生葡人下午茶(Chá Gordo)。

 

The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Central presents an all-new afternoon tea buffet celebrating authentic Macanese recipes. Available every Saturday from 3-6pm, Chá Gordo, a traditional family-style tea time featuring rare Macanese dishes and local delicacies, will be served.

Chá Gordo, which literally translates into “Fat Tea” from Portuguese, refers to a “rich spread” or “feast”. A symbol of the great Macanese hospitality and their age-old Portuguese and Eastern influenced culinary customs, Chá Gordo is traditionally a family home celebration served in the late afternoon with a big dose of gusto. As a tribute to this celebrated custom, The Manor has collected classic recipes to recreate an afternoon tea experience that captures this unique Macanese culture.

The Manor’s “Chá Gordo – Fat Tea” menu features over 30 exquisite delicacies. Savouries include Apabicos (Pork & Salted Radish Rice Flour Dumplings), Chilicote (Fried Minchi Beef & Pork Pastries), Chilicote-Folhas (Pork & Balichão Steamed Dumplings) and Pãozinhos Recheado (Crisp Fried Mini Bun, Curried Minced Meat).

Guests can also delight in traditional desserts such as Pudim Molotof (Portuguese Egg White Cake), Bagi (Coconut Rice Pudding), Bolo de Chocolate (Portuguese Chocolate Cake), Ladu (Coconut, Soya & Palm Sugar Cake), as well as Macao’s signature drinks Xarope de Figo (Homemade Fig Syrup)  and Xarope de Agrião (Homemade Watercress Syrup).

In addition to Macanese delicacies, the menu also includes Chinese dim sum classics such as BBQ Pork Buns, Pork Siu Mai, and local’s favourites such as Maltose Cracker Sandwiches. To round off the culture-crossing meal, guests can choose to sample Minchi, a Macanese home-style dish, or Lacassá (Rice Vermicelli with Prawns and BBQ Pork) served at their table.

The Manor’s latest promotion coincides with UNESCO recognising Macao as a “Creative City of Gastronomy”. With 2018 marked as Macao’s Year of Gastronomy, The Manor’s Chá Gordo Afternoon Tea showcases the rich heritage of Macao’s dining culture, catering to those looking for an authentic sampling of Macanese flavours.

Chá Gordo is available every Saturday from 3-6pm.
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