While browsing through my old blog posts, the tiny obsessive compulsive in me triggered me to update and post some of my travel photos. Photos from my family trip to Macau have been stocked in my folder. Just scarred of losing some of them so I’ll post them anyway.
Here’s a quick short walk to my throwback Venetian walk in Macau.
Dinner at Cafe Siam, a classic Thai cuisine inside the Venetian Hotel. At the 2nd floor of Cafe Siam is Fogo Samba, a Brazilian restaurant that specializes on steaks and Brazilian buffet.
I cannot miss out on posting Cafe Siam knowing that Cafe Siam has been selected as one of the starred restaurants in Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Yum Sam Krop (USD 86)
Spicy shredded green mangoes with chili lime sauce was our way to fuse our night with Thai food in Macau.
Since Cafe Siam is also owned by Fogo Samba, the server provided us with Fogo Samba’s menu for other meaty choices. This Kebab Steak with potato wedges landed on our order slip.
Gaeng Kihaw Waan (USD 94)
Mild spicy green curry with coconut milk and our choice of chicken as meat.

More than its food, the warm ambiance made our family cool down for a bit before our shopping begins.
Hard woods and orange interiors with Thailand photography added glam to its floor.
Right beside Cafe Siam and Fogo Samba is the store of sexy angels, Victoria’s Secret.

Spotted some Filipino performers in Macau like this man from the Gondola boat ride.
Manchester United store!!! One cool store to drool for football fans.
The foodie in me had to get from the best, Lord Stow’s egg tarts from Macau stands out from the rest. Tried and tested various egg tarts from the streets of Macau but Lord Stow’s English style egg tarts still rules for me.
Small but bonded tightly together. Life is so much better with this family around me.
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