|Place of origin||Macau|
|Main ingredients||Piggy bun, pork chop|
|Pork chop bun|
A pork chop bun is one of the most popular and famous snacks in Macau, and has been described as a Macau specialty.  Pork chop bun is derived from a Portuguese pork sandwich named Bifana.
The bun (piggy bun) is extremely crisp outside and very soft inside. A fried pork chop is filled into the bun horizontally. It has been described as "the Macanese version of a hamburger."
The ingredients of a pork chop bun are only a piece of bone-in pork chop and a lightly toasted and buttered bun.