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At Confeitaria Babo, it does not have to be Sunday for you to treat yourself well. A selection of light meals, appetising cakes and refreshing drinks are waiting for you. Confeitaria Babo offers an inviting atmosphere and you can enjoy the outdoor space on sunny days. They bet on traditional and Portuguese cuisine, with entirely authentic and traditional dishes. They say that "our great local dishes and our diverse regional dishes convince any taste". There are also various proposals for those who like sweets - refreshing ice cream or various pastries. A place to enjoy your breakfast or your lunch. The Wi-Fi network is free and there is room for smokers.

Cakes, pastries, ice cream, sweets, bread.

Monday to Friday: 06h30 - 18h | Saturday: 06h30 - 13h | Sunday: closed



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Address:
Rua Vasques de Mesquita, 26

Postal Code:
4350-337

City Zone:
Campanhã

Mobile Phone:
915810252

Email:
hugosousascouts391@hotmail.com

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