It has only been recent that this restaurant started to serve Japanese food. Although none of the staff are from Macao, they certainly have mastered some of the Cantonese flavours.
The Cantonese rice is just like back home, perhaps even better as they maintain the high-quality standards of Italian cuisine. The curry rice is definitely a Macanese dish, as no other area of Asia was so influenced by the Goans that traveled as slaves or lower military ranked soliders from Portuguese and British ships. The spices of this dish took me back to my childhood times in Macao. Their dumplings or "ravioli" fresh and delicate, just steamed right. The vegetables are just cooked, which is a rare thing in this part of Italy where most vegetables are overcooked.
The staff is very friendly and are Italian-born Chinese. However, the service is slow so you have to show up early.
By far the best Chinese food in Emilia-Romagna.
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