A Night in Macau
This one-of-a-kind experience draws it roots from the Portuguese explorers that merged their methods with ingredients and techniques from China, East Asia, India and Brazil. This spot is likely reserved for the adventurous eater in Chicago that wishes to spend some time in a market in Southeast Asia.
Fan Favorite Dish
Signature Arroz Gordo (Fat Rice), a dish served family-style
A Portuguese hub of trade, Macau’s cuisine takes flavors and techniques from that country and boldly marries them with Chinese ingredients. This spot likely reserved for the more adventurous eaters.
Dinner Hours: Tues-Thursday: 5:30-10:00. Fri-Sat: 5:30-10:30
Lunch: Wed-Fri: 11a-2p
Brunch: Sat 11-2, Sun 11-3
Bakery: Wed-Sun: 8a-3p