You won't find low limit games here (lowest: 50/100 HKD with a 4K-30K buy-in) but you will find the same level of play if you sat in a low level cash game at any other card room in the world. You'll also find a mind blowing rake of 5% up to $500 HKD. But options are limited in Macau... it's either this or a smilier structure at the Wynn, which has far fewer tables (9 vs. 20) and is located in the older section of Macau.
The good: They get all 20 tables going and do an OK job at managing this. The Wynn on the other hand would have mile long lists and never get above 7 tables going on my few visits there. Players are friendly once you break the ice. Dealers are generally competent. Dedicated smoking rooms keep the smell of smoke to a minimum which is nice.
The bad: Sky high rake, lots of non-english banter, must stand up and step back to use your phone, no headphones allowed, many of the floor staff struggle with English although dealers will switch to English to clarify actions and bet amounts without any issue.
The weird: Need to buy chips at a nearby high limit baccarat table and they only issue 1K denoms (most players have puny looking stacks even with 20K+ behind), have to wear your hat backwards, limited alcohol consumption in the casino so don't expect to pick off a drunk player at the table.
Most of the lowest stakes have massive lists by mid day, so get there early to avoid a wait. Most players buy in for 10-20K. There's a food comp, although I have not used it. I believe you get a one time per day 150 HKD if you play 5 hours, but this could be wrong. They will also lock up your seat for a period while you go eat.
Overall, if you are a small stakes player and can stomach the swings and tolerate the rake, there's good poker to be found here.