Putting Macanese food on the grid is Fat Tea that strives to emulate soulful Macanese recipes in their homey Damansara Perdana eatery. Earmarked by Portuguese and Cantonese influences, Macanese cooking leans toward heavy comforts so save this for a laidback lunch. Expect dishes unheard of, like the Minchi (RM22). Touted to be Macau's national dish, the specialty is a very comforting jumble of pork mince, onions, fried potatoes and fried egg on rice. Another rice dish on the rise is the Duck Rice (RM26) — it's nothing like the local version. Baked in a Macau-imported porcelain dish, the herb-fragrant rice shares its spotlight with lots of delicious pulled duck and on top, chorizo, duck bacon and crusty cheese come together for a scrumptious mouthful. End your Macanese meal with the popular Serradurra (RM8). Also known as sawdust pudding, it layers crumbled Marie biscuits with whipped cream and soft, fluffy sponge cake.
Avg price per person: RM30

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