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Doce Alto – Silva Tapada

Doce Alto is a confectionery originally founded on December 19, 1983. Present in a sector still underexplored at the time, it quickly stood out from other competitors due to the incessant pursuit of offering products and services of recognized quality, striving equally for exceptional service. With a loyal clientele, Doce Alto is constantly seeking to modernize itself, keeping it as the first choice for those looking for quality in the Greater Porto pastry shops. It currently has six establishments throughout the city, having won several awards nationwide that prove the excellence of its service.

Sweets, cakes, drinks, meals, miniatures, bolos reis

Monday to Sunday: 07h-20h30



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Address:
Rua Silva Tapada, 132

Postal Code:
4200-500

Landline Phone:
220935627

Website:
http://www.docealto.pt/

Email:
silvatapada@docealto.pt

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