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Café Restaurante Tropical

With a great location, Tropical offers a wide range of typical Portuguese dishes, both meat and fish. For example, "bacalhau à Braga" (codfish), Tropical typical steak and a variety of grilled meat and fish. At lunchtime there are several options of daily dishes at low prices, with meat and fish alternatives. In addition to the Portuguese cuisine, Tropical offers a very complete snack bar service, highlighting the classic Francesinha or the much praised Francesinha in puff pastry. Its space is pleasant and has enough space to cater for large groups.

Daily dishes, Portuguese traditional food, francesinha, snacks

Monday to Sunday 07:00 - 23:00



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Address:
Praça da Batalha, 132

Postal Code:
4000-101

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
22 200 5540

Email:
tropical132@gmail.com

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