Here are the top 8 Indian Restaurants in Macau:
- Goa Nights
- Golden Peacock
- Indian Spice
- Moti Mahal
- Aruna’s Maharaja Indian Curry and Café House
- Cafe Deco
- Indian Garden
- Taste of India
- The Himalayan House
1. Goa Nights
Fusing modern and traditional styles, this Indian restaurant in Macau serves the best of desi cuisine, from Goan curry and Paneer Butter Masala to Bebinca and Ras Malai. A surprising feature is its specially tailored cocktail menu. Infusing liquor with a dash of in-house prepared fruit juices, the nine cocktails of its drinks menu are named after the places visited by Vasco da Gama, honouring the incredible quest of the legendary Portuguese sailor.
Location: 118 Rua Correia Da Silva
Timings: 12 Noon – 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm – 12:00 am
Must try dishes: Lamb Chops and Chicken Tikka Slider
2. Golden Peacock
Starting from the appetizing Chandi Chowk Raj Chaat and the savoury Paanch Phoron Murgh tikka, to the spicy Punjabi Cholley and Kashmiri Rogan Josh, you can expect to find all the well-known dishes from each corner of India. Not only do they have a menu for dips and pickles, but they also serve those mandatory assorted Indian bread hot from the clay ovens.
Location: The Venetian Macao Estrada Da Baia de Nossa Senhora da Esperanca Casino Level 1, Shop 1307
Timings: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Must try dishes: Hyderabadi Murgh Biryani, Mumbai Treasure of Passion and Kofee Rasmali
3. Indian Spice
As vegetarians dig into their Subzi Pulao and Chana Masala, meat lovers can relish the juicy pieces of their Lamb Rara. From appetizers to its seafood delicacies, all its dishes are prepared with love and served with care. Perfect for a satisfying lunch during a tiring day of touring the city, Indian Spice tempts your taste buds to come again and enjoy that piquant gourmet.
Location: 39 Alameda Dr. Carlos D’Assumpcao, Vista Magnifica Court
Timings: 12 Noon – 11:30 pm
Must try dishes: Dal Makhani, Prawns Biryani and Paneer Malai Tikka
4. Moti Mahal Indian Food
Apart from the range of vegetarian appetizers and dishes, you can also find recipes of seafood, chicken and mutton over here. When ordering a thali, or a platter, you will be delighted by the banana leaves covering the plate and the classy presentation of your meal. Mixing the spices, cream and sauces to curate dishes which will make you lick the plate, Moti Mahal is one of the most trusted names for Indian food even far away from India.
Location: C, Em Macau, Rua Um Bairro Iao Hon No 54, Kat Cheong Res-Do-Chao
Timings: 10:30 am – 11:00 pm
Must try dishes: Kadhai Paneer and Mutton Korma
5. Aruna’s Maharaja Indian Curry and Café House
Simplicity is its speciality. Be it its starters like Papri Chaat that remind you of those aromatic food streets of Delhi, or the Bhindi Masala which tastes like the one made by your mom, each recipe served is a perfect mix of ingredients. To make sure the food doesn't feel too heavy on the stomach, the recipe is kept light while ensuring all the spices play their part. You can also grab a book at its mini-library upstairs while you wait for your course.
Location: Avenue de Marciano Baptista, No. 92, Ed Hung On Centre BL 1
Timings: 11:00 am – 12:30 am
Must try dishes: Chicken Masala
6. Indian Garden
Along with Indian cuisine, you can also find beloved recipes from Malaysian, Pakistani and Nepalese gourmet. Halal chicken can be obtained on demand along with pure vegan dishes. It is a perfect spot for an intimate lunch or a happening family dinner.
Location: Nova Taipa Garden., Block No. 27, Shop no. 18, Cheng Du Street
Timings: 9:00 am – 11:30 pm
Must try dishes: Mutton Biryani
7. Taste of India
Along with its main vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine, Taste of India also prepares Jain food sans garlic and onion. This Indian restaurant in Macau is also certified for serving authentic halal meat. The highlight of this eatery remains its eclectic menu of seafood which comprises of grilled prawns, fish roll and crab curry.
Location: Avenida Sir Anders Ljungstedt, Vista Magnifica Court
Timings: 12 Noon – 3:00 pm, 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Must try dishes: Portuguese Prawn and Okra Curry
8. The Himalayan House
The tempting aroma of luscious sauces sautéed with potatoes and other vegetables served alongside fluffy rice and Rotis. You can also dig into its House Salad or enjoy a plate of fried Momos. With a separate menu for refreshing coolers, shakes and cocktails, the food here is satisfying and affordable. It is perfect for a quick lunch or family dinner.
Location: 26 Ching Ping Lane Shop A, Jin Cheung BuildingEverything from the aroma and presentation to the taste and ambience will make you reminisce about your favourite cafes back in India. So next time you plan a trip, you can count on these Indian restaurants in Macau to satisfy your craving for a traditional Indian meal. Bon appetite!
Timings: 12:00 pm – 12:30 am
Must try dishes: Kashmiri Biryani and Chicken Momo