Cafe Review | Rooftop Cafe Macau

Here in Macau, as in everywhere else, coffee has become one of the most common pastimes. Cafes in Macau have gotten more unique, coffees become more artisan, and tastes more discerning than even a decade ago. Finding a cafe that offers both something unique and a decent cuppa has never been easier. For today's Cafe Review, we'll walk you through why we think Rooftop Macau should be you next best coffee stop when you're in Macau.

VENUE: Rooftop Macau

ADDRESS: Rua Correia Da Silva, No. 49, Taipa, Macau

OPERATING HOURS: Sun-Tue & Thurs 11:30 - 20:00 | Closed on Wednesdays | Fri & Sat 13:00 - 22:00 

CONTACT NUMBER: (+853) 6252 6387 / 6633 4009





What Rooftop lacks in the number of choices on its menu, it more than makes up for with the quality of the coffee it serves. Their coffee roasts are darker and creamier than most cafes, and they have all the usual coffee choices, such as Americanos and Latte. No food though, so don't go on an empty stomach. While their coffee is good to-go for a quick caffeine fix, stay in-premises when you have the time.

The place itself is a hipster dream, with an aesthetically pleasing rooftop seating area overlooking Rua do Cunha that lives up to its name. The interior is decorated with unvarnished wooden furniture, potted plants, and vines climbing up the walls, giving off that cozy, vintage vibe. Not into the outdoors, there is also an indoor seating area that seats a grand total of four people next to a large window looking down into the street below.

Aside from coffee, they also sell lifestyle items such as customized furniture, homeware, stationery, accessories, and even tees. You'd be amazed by their artwork and designs, and might even end up buying a souvenir.

To summarize, Rooftop Macau was a great experience overall. It's a perfect coffee spot for some relaxing me-time. Try going around 5-6 PM, and make it to sunset, when the sun goes down and the fairy lights go up. It is magical.

If all this intrigues you, go check them out for yourself! And don't forget to show us your pictures , when you do - use the hashtags #theeditmacau and #coffeeeditmacau on our Instagram page: @theeditmacau

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