Teach you how to eat the most authentic Portuguese cuisine in Macau!
Macau sequel to the store
want to eat the most authentic Portuguese cuisine:
1 First you have to have a Macau friend
2Macau friends are a foodie
When we still want to eat something at night, Macau friend JJ took
we went to a Portuguese restaurant not far from Guanye Street
with a bunch of questions to ask the chef, the original This shop is to do Portuguese Macao natives N home mixed dishes, the local chef, the chef is very nice, we asked questions and he answered with patience.
This store is a bit special, not the same as the previous store
In this place, you can fully experience the taste and style here
Guan Ye Street is the old street on Taipa Island. The narrow Guanye Street doesn't seem to be long, but if you want to experience the taste and style of the whole, you need to have a big day to be enough.
In fact, there are a lot of old streets in Guanye Street, and many buildings have a strong Portuguese style. The Mediterranean-style carved windows, the colorful exterior walls, the windowsills and the corners of the flowers are all warm and Mediterranean.
Macau is like a city with graffiti and paintings that have a near paranoid preference. Even the electric box is painted with a unique style.
Not far from Guanye Street is the Longhuan-style architectural museum. Even if it is not too interesting for history, the scenery here is worth spending a little time on the lap. Next to the old building is the Wetland Park, plus the painted building, which is a big shot.
In the vicinity of Guanye Street, the temples in the traditional Chinese culture of the Temple of the Divine and the Tianhou Palace can make the church and the temple live in harmony, and make the Chinese and Western cultures and gods become neighbors. This unique The cultural scene may only be seen in Macau.
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Location: Macau Guanye Street
Guanye Street is one of the places where tourists must punch cards. There are many online red food shops, like Mo Yi Ji, Andrew Portuguese, and Da Li Lai Ji. There are also many colorful houses that are perfect for taking pictures.
Photo avatar: Guanye Street has a lot of colorful walls, which is very suitable for taking multiple photos of yourself.
Step 1: Take two or more photos of the same angle, be sure to have the same angle, so that it is easy to synthesize.
Step 2: Use Picsart to synthesize photos, very easy to use app, if you don't understand, you can flip through my previous notes, there are detailed introductions.
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1[Use props] Ice cream, Coke bottle, etc. can be used as photo props, but be sure to avoid the feeling of posing, do not hold hard Props.
2[Do not shrug] I used to take pictures and often shrug my shoulders. I thought it was very "type" feeling, but it was very unnatural! The shoulders are naturally relaxed and smiling, so the photos taken are more natural.
3[Interaction with the scene] Guanye Street has a lot of interesting background walls and elements, such as Wangji Tea Restaurant, I use the hat and then down the milk tea, so the photos are more vivid and fun.
4[Don't really trust the
5[After picking up the foot and showing the leg length] When standing and taking pictures, pick up the back foot and lift the head up, which will make the leg length longer.
Guanye Street is a small road that is super red in Macau. The buildings on both sides are also colored. It is very good to take pictures. Looking at the mottled stone road recalls the time when I was eating a wave of sugar on the side of the road, just like me coming home from school.
This time I can't go back, it still makes me feel very good. The whole street is full of colorful composition. Guanye Street is particularly lively and people come and go. Everyone who comes here is smiling. The blue house looks very old and quite old-fashioned. As I began to discover the colors around me, more and more colors jumped in front of my eyes.
Guanye Street, or Rua da Cunha, is a famous street in Macau. This Taipa Village area is filled with restaurants, dessert shops and calligraphy shops, making it one of Macau’s most famous attractions. The tiny street is only about 115 meters long, but is home to old-fashioned cake shops like Koi Kei Bakery, Choi Heong Yuen Bakery and Huangji Cake Shop, where tourists can buy specialty almond cookies, poinciana cookies, chicken cakes and more delicious snacks. Aside from bakeries, there are also a wide variety of restaurants available on Rua da Cunha. The crab porridge at Chengchang Hotel and the ice cream at Mo Yi Ji are particularly worth trying. The street is also frequented by celebrities from Hong Kong and Macau.