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Entre Mesas is a dessert, cafeteria, jewellery and workshop establishment. It is a space created for you to feel at home, combining nature and desserts, tastings and workshops of cooking, painting, reuse, among others. There are many options to be tasted: ice creams, chocolates, cookies, slices of cakes and pies, mousses, puddings, flavoured butters, jams, various pâtés, stuffed meat loaf, cheese boards, bruschetta, yoghurts, teas, infusions, coffees, natural juices and milkshakes, waters with fruit or flavours from the garden, homemade beers, organic wines, among others. If your appetite has been whetted, know that there is brunch on Saturday and lunches and dinners on reservation.

Desserts, cafeteria, jewellery, workshops.

Tuesday to Thursday: 12h - 19h30 | Friday: 12h - 20h | Saturday: 12h - 18h | Sunday: closed



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Address:
Rua D. Manuel II, 346

Postal Code:
4050-344

City Zone:
Baixa

Mobile Phone:
918322216

Website:
https://entremesas.pt/

Email:
geral@entremesas.pt

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