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The mythical Café Corcel, born in 1967 in the Pinheiro Manso area, has recently reopened with a new life. The space is more beautiful and luminous, modernised, but containing some traditional touches, and its shop window reflects this, where we find an exhibition with a lot of conventual sweets. This is the star of this space, the confectionery, and we are not talking about the conventional cakes, known to all pastries in Porto, but rather about conventual confectionery: egg chestnuts, egg cones, almond delights, Tentúgal pastries. There are also homemade pizzas, salads and carpaccios, if you want a light meal and a DJ at the weekend, to enjoy while drinking a cocktail.

Conventual sweets, pizzas, salads, carpaccios.

Sunday to wednesday: 08h - 21h | Thursday to saturday: 08h - 23h

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Address:
Rua São João de Brito, 52

Postal Code:
4100-118

City Zone:
Boavista

Mobile Phone:
963492686

Email:
geral@cafecorcel.com

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