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Café 3M has been a family-owned establishment run by mother and daughter for over 38 years. Every day offers a daily dish, where for a budget price you can enjoy a home-cooked meal complete with traditional Portuguese cuisine. You can also order one of the many snacks available, such as francesinha, special hotdog, American sandwich, breaded sandwich or omelette. You can also come to this establishment for breakfast or a snack, reading the newspaper or your favorite magazine or trying your luck at Euromillions, as Café 3M also offers stationery, Santa Casa games and payshop.

Pastry, lunch, lotteries, payshop, snack bar

Monday to Friday 7:30 às 20:00 Saturday 8:30 às 15:00



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Address:
Rua Felizardo de Lima, 3

Postal Code:
4100-238

Landline Phone:
226173956

Email:
carla.abc@gmail.com

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