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With a warm atmosphere and friendly and helpful service, Café Alem D'Ouro is a reference for its homemade sweets. Their francesinha is their most famous product, which is available all year round and not just at Christmas. But there are many other options such as its highly praised scones, orange muffins or cheeses of various flavors (chocolate, mango, passion fruit, almond and coffee). You can also taste the salty ones, such as the patties, the ball or the pastel de Chaves. It's the perfect place for a meeting point, a snack or a coffee break, accompanied by one of their homemade pastries.

Coffee, drinks, cakes, snacks

Monday to Saturday: 7:00-20:00 Sunday: closed



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Address:
Rua de Costa Cabral, 593

Postal Code:
4200-224

City Zone:
Marquês

Landline Phone:
225021002

Email:
jose.jesus.costa593@gmail.com

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