Take a Bite into Authentic Portuguese Cuisine
Tromba Rija serves up hearty traditional fare with a delightful culinary backstory.
The restaurant is closed until further notice.
It is said that necessity is the mother of invention. The 1960s pre-refrigerator era at a charming little Portugal village Leiria gave rise to Feijoada, a famous Portuguese household dish that was initially made into a stew from unsold meat and beans. The breakout story turned Tromba Rija from a butcher and wine tavern into a world-famous restaurant now run by the founders’ daughter Elisabête Real and Fernando Real.
Tromba Rija at Macau Tower
Tromba Rija made its Asian debut at Macau Tower in 2014, its Chinese title 皇家菜肴 is a hat tip to the family name of Elisabête and Fernando.
Step back in time to enjoy the rustic charm of traditional Portuguese when you are in Macau Tower. In typical Portuguese fashion, the restaurant welcomes parties with private dining room, indoor and outdoor settings that can accommodate 150 guests. The more the merrier!
A Feast to Behold
A buffet menu is available during the following period:
11:30am – 10pm
Buffet Period & Prices
PORTUGUESE LUNCH BUFFET
PORTUGUESE DINNER BUFFET
PORTUGUESE HAPPY FRIDAY DINNER BUFFET
Every Friday 6:30pm – 10:00pm
Location: G/F, Macau Tower Convention & Entertainment Centre
Note: All prices are in MOP and subject to a 10% service charge.
We recommend making your booking online prior to your arrival to check availability.