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The historic Confeitaria Petúlia opened to the public in 1972 and has kept the same owners since then. It is known for its many products of recognized quality, such as “Bolo Rei”, which is considered one of the best in the city and is made throughout the whole year. But there are other specialties, such as “húngaros”, snacks, croissants, pies and “Pão-de-Ló”, which was considered the best of Porto in a blind tasting organized by Time Out in 2014. It also has a grocery store with wines, chocolates, pasta and other products. In addition to the quality of its products, its atmosphere is familiar and welcoming.

All the variety of pastries and savory products, made in-house, with special emphasis on the king cake that is made every day.

Monday to Sunday: 8am - 8pm

Take Away, Home delivery

Money, ATM, MB Way, Bank transfer



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Address:
Rua Júio Dinis, 775

Postal Code:
4050-326

City Zone:
Boavista

Landline Phone:
22 6066181

Website:
http://www.petulia.pt/

Email:
confeitaria@petulia.pt

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