Nan Kei Claypot Rice is located in Rua das Estalagens, Macao. The smell of claypot rice fills with the whole alley and attract lots of neighborhoods and even travelers. Nan Kei has been open for more than 50 years. From the most primitive trolleys to street stalls and then to physical shops, Nan Kei has witnessed the historical changes of the old District of Rua dos Ervanários from generation to generation.
In terms of logo design, the most intuitive clay pot is used as an image, which makes people recognize Nan Kei's distinctive clay pot rice at a glance. In terms of colors, red and green, the two common colors in Hong Kong and Macao old-style signboard stalls, are used to create a nostalgic and warm atmosphere. In addition, we also drew a cute diagram for the process of making clay pot rice, so that customers can easily understand the uniqueness of Nan Kei Claypot Rice and know how to eat to taste the best flavor. Although clay pot rice is not a rare dish, it requires careful cooking to achieve the taste spread over the years.