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Café Onital is an establishment with almost 40 years of history, a welcoming atmosphere and a friendly and helpful service. Onital is “Latino” written backwards, given its location near the corner between Latino Coelho and Santos Pousada streets. Its biggest and most recognized specialty is Francesinha, featuring several variants of this well-known dish. In addition to the standard Francesinha and the Onital Francesinha, we also have four varieties of vegetarian Francesinha. In addition to the Francesinha, we have a wide range of snacks, such as various omelets, the Onital special hotdog, the Onital special mixed toast and a wide variety of combinations.

Beer, coffee, meals, cakes, snacks

Monday to Saturday: 7:00-2:00 | Sunday: Closed



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Author:João Amaral | 2020-12-15

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Comment:Melhores francesinhas na Invicta numa casa familiar e tipicamente portuguesa. Diárias de almoço bem servidas e excelente relação qualidade preço. Atendimento sempre com um sorriso na cara.


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Address:
Rua Latino Coelho, 5

Postal Code:
4000-315

City Zone:
Marquês

Mobile Phone:
969096325

Email:
cafeonital@gmail.com

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