So, beside the pork chop bun, we all know Macau has another famous food - the Portuguese Tart.
But the problem is, it is easy to identify the number ONE green stall by asking few aunties and follow the queuing crowd (although there is other pirated chops around). It is rather difficult to locate THE Portuguese Tart. The entire Macau is full of cake shops selling these kind of tart. Just like when I went for Kajang Satay. "What the hek, everywhere shows Kajang Satay."
To make my day even worst, we Chinese seems too kind hearted by nature, or like to safe face. Whenever I asked for reference, there must be an answer given. Most of the time, its wrong. The kind Samaritan just simply "hantam". You ask a question, you get a answer, wright or wrong, no guarantee.
"Mnn hou yi si, may I know which bus should I take to go to Tamzai (Taipa)?"
"Oh! Go to that bus station and wait for bus 26."
"Thank you so much!"
After waiting for ages and sense fishy, I asked another one and the result:" Oh! You should take bus 18."
Asked another one to verify, bus No. 24 appeared from nowhere.
Last, I just read the map and follow the sign! Why asking so much?
Back to the Portuguese Tart story. I have no choice but to walked into a shop with a sign stated serving the best tart in town, very near the green pork chop shop. Presume this is THE ONE.
This is the shop, situated in the main road in Taipa, Rua de Cunha. Yes, Portuguese and I have no idea what it means.