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Confeitaria São Domingos

At Confeitaria São Domingos the commitment is to the customer and their health. Based on a long family tradition of pastry and with a strong influence of Venezuelan pastry, Confeitaria São Domingos works every day thinking about the well-being of the client. How? They have hot bread daily. Several batches guarantee that, whatever the time you visit, you can taste bread out of the oven. The smell of freshly baked bread makes people more likable, and those who say it are scientists at the University of Southern Brittany in Great Britain, who have watched people pass by or were in bakeries. If there was a smell of hot bread in the air, the chances of helping a stranger were much greater.

Breads, cakes, teas, pies, sweets, desserts

Monday to Saturday: 7:30-19:00, Sunday: Closed



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Address:
Largo de São Domingos, 37

Postal Code:
4050-545

Landline Phone:
222005447

Mobile Phone:
912067131

Email:
info@confeitariasaodomingos.pt

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