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review by . July 08, 2011
posted in Go Macau
Send me some roasted pork, crunch!!!
Well, after my few day trips to Macau this year, I'm afflicted to roasted pork from Macau, to my horror! I'm really not a pork person! This is contrary to the taste buds of many Chinese, I must admit.      Roasted pork is not a new item either. It's prevalent in Singapore and for most  part, a snack one must have during the Chinese New Year. In fact, roasted pork is commonly found now in many Chinese societies in Asia, notably, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau and …
Quick Tip by . July 07, 2011
posted in Go Macau
Do not leave Macau without visiting this bakery! Yum!!!      What do you fancy?    Egg rolls, almond cookies, calamary, roasted pork, peanut candies or Portuguese tart? Yes, all can be had under one roof!       Boy, I sound like an advertiser, LOL...                  My sister went gaga over its peanut candies, I've my favorites too! If you love snacking, you'll love Koikei!!! …
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