Eating in Macau is unlike anywhere else in the world. A typical Macanese menu is an enticing mix of influences from Chinese and South Asian cuisines - specialties include galinha africana (African chicken), stuffed crab and minchi (minced meat cooked with potatoes, onions and spices). Portuguese cuisine is popular here, too, with dishes like arroz de pato (rice with duck confit) and roast suckling pig on offer. Macau's casinos also house an increasing number of gourmet restaurants, with celebrity chefs pouring in to test the waters of Macanese fusion. And for something a little different, the historic 'Three Lamps' (Sam Jan Dung) district in the Northern Macau Peninsula is known for its Burmese and Indonesian eateries.