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Small shop located in a nice corner specializing in vegan handmade donuts, both sweet and savory. In addition to the classic donuts made every day, it also offers special news every week. They are delicious and sought after by many customers, not all followers of the vegan diet. In addition to their more sustainable production, they are a good choice for those looking for healthier sweet alternatives, as they are less processed than regular donuts and have a lower sugar and fat content. Additionally, Duh! It has a solidary component as it supports a different association every month, making its products available for sale in the store.

Vegan artisan donuts, sweet and savory, cafeteria

Monday to Friday: 12h-18h Saturday: 11h-18h

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Address:
Largo Alberto Pimentel, 38

Postal Code:
4050-024

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
936949375

Email:
duhvegandonuts@gmail.com

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