Eating out: Dumpling Town Macau

dumpling town macau milk tea


This place opens at noon, and is always packed with locals, especially students from the high school behind. This eatery has been around for over 20 years with a new renovated look in the recent years and no hawker cooking with a cigarette hanging from his lips in his singlet – I was told that’s how it used to be a decade ago.

The menu is bilingual with a good range of dumplings – the typical pork and chives, fried wantons, shrimp and pork dumplings, but oddly my favourite is the chicken satay dumplings filled with a delicious gravy nothing like our Malay satay gravy and diced celery.

dumpling town macau

The chilli oil soaked shrimp dumplings are also delicious but not half as spicy as their Chinese equivalents. Noodles are northern style – rice flour noodles (white) and served with beef, pork or chicken shreds topped with pickled perserved vegetables, giving it a good mix of savory and tart.

I am often here for an afternoon pitstop just for the almond milk tea alone – they serve them hot and cold, unsweetened.


Dumpling Town
板樟堂仁安里5 A號地下(銀座商場斜對面)
G/F, 5A Beco da Arruda R/C, Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro
Tel: (853) 2835 6633


  1. wl
    Mar 09, 2014 @ 13:52:23

    the noodles look so good ! reminds me of hunan mifen which I heart !


  2. bilbaobab
    Mar 10, 2014 @ 00:34:21

    ya rice noodles! so yum! with the kiam chai!


  3. Katya Mendes da Maia
    Mar 11, 2014 @ 02:49:05

    I love noodle dumplings soup bowls – what could be more warming and satisfying! I wish Macau had more veggie dumplings options!


  4. Maggie
    Mar 11, 2014 @ 09:27:20

    I should have tried this out while I was in Macau! I love the food in Macau, with nice combination of Southern Chinese and Portuguese cuisine. I recommend Crab conjee and bacalao gratin, so yummy!


  5. bilbaobab
    Mar 12, 2014 @ 07:18:49

    @katya they are yum! i’ll take you!! @maggie yea i love crab congee at Seng Cheong!!


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