Very often we go for a nice Portuguese meal in Macau because it is where would make it authentic. This time we come to the Old Taipa Village to find a new tapas restaurant, Casa de Tapas, that includes a bar on the first floor, a regular dining room on the second and a balcony on the third to form the three-storey blue building.
The seafood paella is marvelously displayed, cooked to the perfect texture and has a prominent tomato base. The variety of seafood also makes it a great dish to share between 4 pax.
While the pan fried seabass is so beautiful in presentation, the suckling pig is the most outstanding dish in flavors, traditionally cooked with crispy skin and tender meat, along with breadcrumb coated apple and fresh slaws.
We end our filling meal with a chocolate fondant with almond sorbet, though we hope for stronger almond flavor from the center, it is overall an overwhelming bites for the palate.
On top of that, an extensive choice of sangria, Spanish wines, cocktails and mocktails are available; however we opt for two mocktails that are both equally delicious, especially the Dos Chicas, a mix of cranberry and orange juices.
Bread Basket with Garlic Spread
Albondigas con Salsa Casera
Meatballs with Homemade Tomato Sauce
Mushroom with Iberian Ham Skewers
Tostada de Jurel u Escalivada
Mackerel with Roasted Pepper Toast
Tostada de Pulpa a la Gallega
Grilled Galician Octopus Toast
Paella de Marisco
Cochinillo Asado Estilo Salamanca
Suckling Pig A la Salamanca
Lubina can Salmorejo de Naranjas
Pan Fried Seabass with Orange Salmorejo Sauce
Coulant de Chocolate y te verde, Con Sorbete de Almendra
Almond Chocolate Fondant Cake with Almond Sorbet
Dos Chicas, Casa de Tapas Punch
Fresh Orange, Cranberry Juice; Orange Juice, Pineapple Juice, Lemon Juice, Grenadine
Casa de Tapas 塔巴斯西班牙小館
Address: 9 Rua dos Clérigos, Taipa, Macau
Telephone: +853 2857 6626
Opening Hours: Sun-Thu 12:00-00:00 ; Fri-Sat 12:00-01:00
Website: http://www.casadetapasmacau.com / https://www.facebook.com/casadetapasmacau