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Deliciosos Momentos, Lda (Natas d’Ouro)

Natas d'Ouro is born from the desire of its founder to try the combination of new flavors with the traditional “pastel de nata”. To this end, it establishes in 2017 a partnership with Borges Wine Society and creates a “pastel de nata” from Port Wine, using in its production the excellent Port wine of this centenary house. To distinguish them from the traditional “pastel de nata”, and in the form of tribute, these cream tarts with port wine have a more oval shape, alluding to the shape of boats. Natas d'Ouro also has a terrace with about 160 seats and many other pastry delicacies, for those who do not want to confine themselves only to the “pastel de nata” that is the hallmark of this space.

Pastel de nata, Port wine, strawberry, lemon, orange, caipirinha, chocolate, the traditional Port Wine Borges

Monday to Sunday: 8h30h-22h



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Address:
Rua Sá da Bandeira, 115

Postal Code:
4000-433

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
223752087

Mobile Phone:
915195718

Email:
dianafccarvalho@gmail.com

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