Margaret's Café e Nata 瑪嘉烈蛋撻

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Rua do Comandante Mata e Oliviera, 17-B
Desserts, Sandwiches, Café
Mon–Tue, Thu–Sun: 8:30 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • The Egg tart was awesome! And the Filipina staff was so helpful :)
  • famous with eggtart. 1=8$, 6(1box)=45$
  • Best natas in town, but even outside no smoking. Nice Portuguese coffee shop around the corner
  • Great egg tarts just like in Lisbon. No air conditioning but Latte and tart are worth it. US$3.00 for both
  • Tasty egg tarts but service is bad. Curt cashier!!
  • for people who never tried the real ones ok... if want the real deal head to a real portuguese bakery or coffeeshop.Behind Margharets have 1
  • Must try the Portuguese Egg tarts!
  • one word: NATA
  • The egg tarts are lovely, but they also serve really good breakfast things like sandwiches, pasta, etc. Everything looks delish!
  • Not enough egg fragrance n skin pastry too hard . More fuss than really deserving the hype
  • Portuguese tart is good, but cashier is damn rude! She refuses to take big notes and will just grab your money when you are still figuring which note is which!
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  • Really nice egg tarts as they all say! But service is brusque and hurried, so don't take any offense personally; they do it to everyone.
  • I love these tarts!!! Slightly milky but delicious :)
  • A hidden hole in the wall known by the locals and seasoned visitors to Macau for her excellent Portuguese egg tarts & pastries.
  • Egg tarts have gone from bad to worse. Do visit Lord Stow's if you crave for egg tarts. Sandwiches are nice though.
  • The crust of the egg tart is thin and crispy, the custard portion is almost fluffy. Must try.
  • Absolutely must try if you're in Macau. Go for their egg tarts. Their coffee and tea are also ok.