It's good, but I think it was hyped so the expectation was so high. Basically it's just a bun with porkchop.
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Okay... I will concede that they are pretty overpriced at $55 for a pork chop bun. But we tried it anyway and there was a long line. The pineapple pork chop bun was so soft and crisp and delicious with the piping hot pork chop....More
It is very famous. However, I think that it is noting more than a bread. Also, it is so expensive. The price is around 5x. It is not worth.
The pork chop in a bun is a Portuguese staple. Moms in Portugal still pack this for kids to eat at school or during their sports activities and stuff. I found it funny to see this being sold as a tourist attraction. It is a...More
I don’t really understand why it’s so famous of Pork Chop Bun! Spent the entire Easter holiday in Macao and went to 3 different cafes in the same area for Pork Chop Bun and it’s the 3rd one we have tried and it’s the worst...More
I stumbled upon this place while on my day trip to Macau. I tried the Spicy fish it was that good I ordered another, the popular is the pork, I can see why as everyone coming in was asking for the Pork, I would recommend...More
Was on a 1 day tour to Macau with the family. Dropped by after reading some reviews of it. Ordered the original and I must say that it's quite good. Pork chop is thick and juicy but I would have preferred that the bun is...More
Read about it as one of the things to do and went looking for it. I imagined a bun with a pork slice, with some kind of jus. It was tasty. But I think I imagined it with some sort of relish to go with...More
Found this restaurant when we were walking from Senado Square to Ruin of St Paul. It's in one of the small alleys. no cars can get in, and it has benches in the middle of alley where people can get rest. We tried their pork...More