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A Lorcha
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289 Rua do Almirante Sergio Macau
+853 2831 3195
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Dan Radosavljevic
reviewed 3 months ago
The restaurant is named after an old fishing boat. You will find excellent Portuguese dishes and good tasting food. Good service and value too. Let the head waitress recommend their best dishes.
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Yi-Cheng Ang
reviewed 11 months ago
Portions are big! Food's excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago
spicy seafoods!
pan yoyo
reviewed 4 months ago
"A Lorcha", which is a Portuguese restaurant, is close to the A-Ma Temple. Food portions are very adequate, and prices are moderate (MOP 60-130). It has a lot of people every day; you must book in advance table, if you want to go. But the restaurant not very big, so there is little crowded, the service is not affected by this. (Food rushed; board cleaning, and change them regularly.) Waiter was cheerful and efficient. As far as I know, the kitchen staffs are all Chinese people, and the boss is a Portuguese-speaking native of Macau. The decoration is nautical style. Restaurant interior design minimalist, white walls, plaid tablecloths, wooden chairs, very family restaurant feel. It is polished wooden beams on the ceiling, on the walls of old photos sailing - the atmosphere is pleasant. When you sit down, the waiter immediately put hot bread; the taste is very solid, but not too dry, good to eat. Although the temptation is high at the beginning, I recommend hanging to dry from these delicious sauces, coming your way. Portugal and the menu is usually a variety of seafood and sauces, usually spicy, often heavy, but there are some Asian accents. And its cuisine, it seems part Portuguese, part of the Chinese people, and partly on the ocean. Portuguese seafood risotto: amazing. Each one is coated with tomato rice, seafood goodness. And there is much seafood here, so fresh. Parsley/garlic clams: Speaking in a vat of covering large enough. It’s just delicious. Plenty of fresh coriander flavor, which balances the taste of garlic and clams. I think this is the best Portuguese restaurant in Macau.
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Tarutani Akihiko
reviewed a year ago
I placed an order for TENDER LOIN STEAK. It was very delicious.
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Felipe Leitao
reviewed a year ago