The Cathedral Cafe Rua Da Se, located behind the historical post office has become a recognised icon of the San Malo wine and dine. Founded in 2012 on the relationship between Lisboa and Macau, and following the Lisboa style of wine bar and coffee, it specialized in Brazilian coffee, Portuguese wines and tapas. Since renovations in 2018 the dinner menu has expanded in aspects of the Portuguese colonial history and, when possible, with traditional family recipes. The Cathedral cafe has been described as the ”beating heart of historical Macau”. Now, with the addition of the outside area, the European and Australian tradition of “Al Fresco”, it has only increased the ambience of this relaxed and unique spot in Macau.
Bistro D’ Indochine “BIC” is the young sister of The Cathedral café. Founded in 2015, it brings a fusion of South East Asian cuisine with French colonial recipes. A dinner experience more attuned to Parisian Arrondissements (quarters) than to the streets of Hanoi. A hidden gem in a secluded side street with a pleasant garden atmosphere.
Bistro D’Indochine has been recently awarded as a South East Asian F&B Characteristic establishment in Macau by the Macau Economic and Technological Development Bureau (DSEDT). Bistro D’Indochine was chosen over 100 other local South East Asian style restaurants.