Street Foods in Macau

15 04 2014

By that I mean real street food, the kind sold at outdoor stalls and not even the “pork chop bun” I had.

This guy was so popular.  People going home from work were flocking to line up at his stall.

This guy was very popular. People going home from work were flocking to line up at his stall.

What he is cooking and selling is the Macanese version of what we call "oden".

What he is cooking and selling is the Macanese version of what we call “oden”.

Oden

This stall was doing great business next to the Red Market.

This stall was doing great business next to the Red Market.

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“Beef soup porridge, 13 yuan a bowl” is what the sign says but I did not see any porridge going into the cup before the trippa stew which is clearly what he was cooking. Maybe he had two menus…?

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I was very tempted to try the dish to see if it was anything similar to our motsu-nikomi or -nabe but one pork chop bun was all I could handle that afternoon.








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