If you haven't yet had the chance to eat Macanese fare, fret not — you'll soon have an opportunity to try it for free. Macao Tourism has teamed up with with Eat Art Truck to bring Sydneysiders an authentic (and free) taste of the cuisine between September 1–7. Expect pork chop buns, traditional egg tarts and African peri-peri chicken (a Macanese national dish, as it turns out).
It'll all starts at the Smooth Festival of Chocolate, taking place at Sydney Olympic Park from September 1–2. Now, this bit isn't actually free, as you need to first purchase tickets to the festival ($17-$23) in order to nab the giveaway.
The rest of the week, however, will be free food with no strings attached. You'll find the Macanese truck on Monday, September 3, in East Circular Quay from noon–3pm; Tuesday, September 4, at Martin Place from noon–3pm; Wednesday, September 5, at Central Station's Henry Deane Plaza from noon–3pm; Thursday, September 6, at Parramatta's Centenary Square from noon–3pm; and Friday, September 7, at Chatswood's Spring Street from noon–3pm. The truck will then head to Melbourne from September 14–18.
And, to add to the free food bonanza, Macao Tourism is also giving away a free trip for two to Macao — which you can enter to win here.