Macau Express


We were at the Mediacorp Baby Fair at Singapore Expo last weekend. After getting what we needed, it was already lunchtime so we headed to the food court. However, it was lunch peak hour so we were not able to get a table. Hubby decided to give us a treat at Macau Express.

Al-fresco dining at Macau Express
Some patrons had no choice but to take the tables outside because it was full house.


If you are not a fan of Al-fresco, dine indoors. :)
There was a group of people who are about to leave when we came so we managed to get their table.


The Macau Express creative photo wall.
I spotted the Ruins of St Paul and part of the Senado Square  at the restaurant's wall.


What you see on the table.
On the lower part of the wall just above our table, you can see Knights in Shining Armor. LOL! Ok, i made that up. Not sure who are those horsemen (haha, what a term!) holding flags and what they got to do with Macau history. I might need to do some research. LOL! 


Baked Half Chicken
Meanwhile, ladies and gentleman! Presenting! The Macau Express signature dish Baked Half Chicken with Rice! The baked succulent fresh spring chicken was served in a rich savoury sauce. It was sooooo goooood. I just wish they left us the choice to add the chili sauce. It kinda destroyed the taste of its original sauce. 


Baked Fish Fillet Spaghetti
Nada! The baked chicken wasn't my order. I just tasted hubby's food. LOL! I had pasta as usual. This baked fish fillet spaghetti was a hit. I also let the hubby had a taste of it since I had some of his food. We called it quits. LOL!


Seafood noodles.
Ate Kyla had seafood noodles. She loved it. 

Anyhow, we left the place with a happy tummy. Hubby said: "I already brought you to Macau. Please stop asking me to do so!" LOL! I've been bugging him to bring me to Macau (the real MACAU) that's why. LOL!


FYI: Macau Express holds the Singapore Gourmet Hunt Finalist Award 2005. Do not forget to try their signature egg tart. Their egg tart is fresh from the oven with crispy flaky skin. Taste of heaven as they claim so. I'm an egg tart fanatic, I wasn't able to take a photo of it because I couldn't wait to eat it. LOL!
Location
Singapore EXPO, #01-43, Hall 4 Atrium
Operating Hours
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Details
To call Macau Express the originator of Macanese food is an understatement. Their service-oriented personnel pride themselves with serving quality food at affordable prices. ~ SOURCE
To see the complete list of gourmand places we have tried, click here

15 comments:

  1. aaahhh you just made me super hungry here twinzy!!!

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  2. What a great place to eat, Cher, and those dishes look delicious! Now I'm really ready for breakfast! Thanks for sharing your day!

    Sylvia

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  3. You are in Macau without actually flying there.

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  4. hahah, somehow, Kyla's choice of foods go very well always with my choice :) I am not saying i won't pick those chicken and pasta, but I would love to have that sea food soup with lots of veggies :) you are making me hungry with your pics, Che

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  5. That Baked Half Chicken looks tasty, I want one now!

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  6. love its ambiance.
    sounds promising and the food just looks delish.
    In fact, already 1-ish in the morning here and looking at it makes me hungry (again!) ^0^
    and yes, hate it when you go out and eat something that tastes home made, esp, the instant thingy, not that i don't like it, it's just, one's expecting tastier and authentic cuisine. ^0^

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  7. LOL nakarating ka na nga sa Macau!
    it think i have been to Macau Express here once or twice...but i don't think they have spaghetti.:p mukhang yummy ang baked fish fillet spag!

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  8. nakakagutom,i want noodles

    visiting for food friday

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  9. The baked fish fillet spaghetti interests me! Looks yummy! Here's my entry: http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2012/03/maxs-introduces-new-heart-warming-flavors-for-lent/

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  10. The seafood noodles is great especially when its raining like today. Hehehe Visiting from FTF Sahm’s Dining Diary

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  11. the baked half chicken look superb!!!!

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  12. that's something to try kapag nakapunta ulit dyan (i hope)...chicken looks really yummy! parang ang sarap ng amoy. i agree with you about sa instant noodles. anyway, visiting from FTF, hope to see you around. thanks and have a great week. :)

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  13. the baked fish fillet spaghetti looks like something i'd love to try!
    natawa ako dun about your comment regarding 'instant noodles'. lol... :D

    thanks so much for sharing over at Food Friday, sis

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  14. yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm and everyhting looks delish, makes me hungry too :-) visiting late from FTF and Food Friday, hope that you can return the visit too.

    http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/my-own-version-of-salad/

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