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Located right in the heart of downtown, Comme Ça is a restaurant that combines the flavors of Portuguese cuisine, but with influences of the emblematic French cuisine. In a casual chic setting, guests can enjoy competitively priced lunch and dinner service or simply try a tonic port or a caipirinha and let the conversation flow. Comme Ça is characterized by its warm and modern atmosphere and features original décor. For example, on the walls you will find a myriad of antique objects that excite the young and remind the older with nostalgia.

Portuguese cuisine, cuisine française

Monday to Sunday: 12:00 - 15:00 | 19:00 - 23:00



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Address:
Rua José Falcão, 107

Postal Code:
4050-317

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
22 208 3807

Website:
https://restaurantecommeca.wordpress.com/

Email:
commeca.restaurante@gmail.com

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