We Rate Macau's Almond Cookies — But Do Locals Actually Like Them? | City Bites Macau Edition Ep3
  • 4 months ago
Almond cookies are recommended as a must-buy souvenirs of Macau, a city whose economy heavily relies on tourism. Due to their popularity among travelers, more and more pastry stores here sell these Chinese cookies. But the locals don’t actually eat them that often. So how did they become such an iconic item in Macau? And where can you get the best ones? Here, we search for the answers.

0:00 Are almond cookies a thing in Macau?
2:22 Becoming the city’s iconic food
5:07 Making almond cookies by hand
6:31 Where to find the best pastry store
11:29 A family that sticks together, stays together
12:38 Producer’s thoughts
14:22 Behind the scenes

Restaurant address:
Pastelaria Chui Heong
Edificio Mang Fat, 12 R. do Gamboa, Macao

Special thanks:
Sheila Leong, Content Creator
Follow her at @sheilawithcat on Instagram!

This City Bites edition is supported by the Macao Government Tourism Office.

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Producer: Yoyo Chow
Videographer: Wayne Hon, César del Giudice
Editor and Mastering: César del Giudice
Narration: Dai Qian
Animation: Stella Yoo

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