Tony knew Macau as the place where fireworks were made. Those factories have since been replaced by casinos and now the island is known as the "Vegas of Asia." Tony visits the Macau Tower bungee jump, the ...Go to Episode
This Michelin-recommended Portuguese restaurant is located in the old village of Taipa. Tony had the Tenderloin Steak "Portuguese' Style, which is served with a fried egg on top.
Rua dos Negociantes No. 3, Taipa, Macau
Tai Lei Loi Kei (Pork Chop Bun Café)
There is usually a line around the corner at Tai Lei Loi Kei, but it's worth the wait! Tony tried a Pork Chop Bun, which is' you guessed it'a pork chop that's deep-fried and served in a bun.
Lorgo Gov. Tamagnini Barbosa No. 18, Taipa, Macau
Tony had dim sum at this Michelin-starred restaurant with friends Johnny Fok, Jeffrey Ng and Tingi Ko.
Avenida de Lisboa, Se, Macau
This loud and fun Portuguese restaurant serves delicious roasted suckling pig, Portuguese chorizo and grilled fresh sardines--all with homemade fries.
Estrada Nova de Hac Sa No. 9, Coloane, Macau
This legendary bakery is best known for their world famous egg tarts. Many other egg tart bakeries have popped up around Macau, but none can compare to Lord Stow's.
Mercer Street, Coloane, Macau