Macau Weekends: Furusato
Most of my weekends are spent in Macau, where there really isn’t much to do apart from eating and the occasional round of go-karting.
Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau seem to be suffering as the formerly super full, queue-and-wait forever-lines have gone with the restaurants only half full on a busy day. Well, life goes on and I’m sure when people forget momentarily about radiation, things should start getting back to normal.
Furusato at the Hotel Lisboa does great and very generous set lunches from 200MOP and up.
We over-ordered as usual with 4 set lunches, adding some a la carte dishes.
An interesting abalone dish that came topped with a fishcake like paste.
There were mixed reviews about this, but I really enjoyed the texture of the fish (even if it did smell vaguely of ammonia) resting on top of a grilled piece of squid stuffed with rice.
The star was the crispy pork cutlet fried to perfection served with a side of sesame seeds that you have to grind at the table. Love the scent of freshly ground sesame!
And we also had god knows how many plates of sashimi to share between us.
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