Named after the famed Portuguese poet Luis de Camões, this restaurant serves traditional Portuguese dishes in a Mediterranean ambience. The whitewashed walls are accented by dark-wood tables and chairs, and wall tiles are blue-inked with images of old schooners and Chinese junks. Pata negra ham (similar to prosciutto) on toasted bread, cold crab, diced pork with lime juice, and whipped potatoes are among the culinary delights. The large selection of Portuguese
wines includes several labels from the famous Alentejo region of southern Portugal. Among the desserts are drunken pear and serradura (layers of cream and biscuits).
1st fl., Lisboan building, Fisherman's Wharf, Macau, Macau–China