With bellies filled with egg tarts, some 100 meters down the road and the popular Rua De Cunha greets you. It is a short 100m road with shops that range from restaurants to cafes and bakeries.
Follow where the red shirt is heading into. That is Rua do Cunha.
The short road is lined with shops selling cantonese, macanese food, desserts and souvenirs.
There are a few restaurants here.
The often unseen quieter alleys.
Try some desserts at Mok Yi Kei.
There are lots of durian ice cream.
Verdict : So so. Nothing special. Go for the musang king version. HKD/Pataca 38.
I wanted some mango ice cream. HKD/Pataca 28.
Take a slow stride on this short iconic road and enjoy a cup of ice cream under the large gazebo.
Such a lovely afternoon.
One thing I love about this area is the beautiful European style decor. The streets have flowers and you do feel like you are in a different part of the world.
This is a beautiful village, colorful and bustling.