It is right next to Starbucks, our first choice. However it turned out it was a better one. The burgers were HHUUGEE! The fries are chunky and there are drinks that are kinda alcoholic but very mild. The tables are not too crowded, you can still move around with your coffee.
Good food, was pleasantly surprised. Got a pork burger with bacon and cheese added and fries. Good all around and good flavours. Took approximately 30 mins for food after ordering with nobody else waiting and difficult to get staff attention to order but all in all left the place happy. I was surprised as I was expecting to leave a negative review when waiting.
Decent Macau food and some other western dishes. Went there because we were at the St Pauls Ruins and it was already past dinner time so restaurant was just next to the foot of the attraction and we popped in. Service was quite bare, ushered to seat and had to wait a while to order and an even longer time to get served. The table next to us came later, ordered later and was served first. Food finally came after we hurried the waitress but the Filipino lady forgot one of our order. You can sense the simmering tension between the three Chinese waitresses communicating in Mandarin and the other two Pinoy waiter and waitresses speaking in Tagalog and English between themselves. Chinese camp were muttering to themselves how they were the ones cleaning up all the tables and doing all the work. They probably weren't aware that I understood all three languages that they were speaking. Boss has a battle on hand if he/she doesn't calm the waters soon. "Entertainment" aside, pretty much nothing great about the food but it's decent and if you want convenience after visiting the ruins, you can pop by.