Yes this airs later this evening, but it should be interesting.
According to the travel channel website one of the supposed stops is Lord Stow's which lays claim to inventing the Portugese baked egg tart. Lord Stow's ex-wife supposedly went off on her own, and her shop is where Samantha Brown visited on her show's Macau visit.
In the behind the scenes photo (foward to #12 of 13)
we see Tony eating at a street vendor. I recognize blog photos of this beef offal specialist shop, called 楊六記, one of few remaining old school dai pai dong's in Macau. All sorts of parts including eyes, throat, "whip" (ox penis), intestines, pancreas, and the ilk. So it does not surprise me that he pays a visit, but the food does otherwise look good (and cheap too, given the amount of labor going into prepping).
You can find more photos here of this beef offal/beef offal congee stall
Hong Kong food media and bloggers have practically invaded Macau, overexposing once local great low key eats into tourist destinations, which the flood started over a year ago. There are a few other places Tony might have visited, but we'll wait and see.
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