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Itaipu Pastelaria e Sumos – Galerias de Paris

On September 3, 1990, Itaipu confectionery opened its doors in the city of Porto. The space offers our customers specialties of sweets and salties of Portuguese and Brazilian origin, always made with fresh and delicious products. Natural juices are the ex-libris of this establishment. Freshly made and with a great diversity of fruits, always of the highest quality at the consumer's choice, these juices delight everyone. Its family and friendly service and its many years of history in the business make Itaipu a referential confectionery in the city.

Homemade pastries, self-made, natural fruit juices, windmills, kitchen, patty

Monday to Thursday: 09h-20h | Friday and Saturday: 09h-02h



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Address:
Rua Galerias de Paris , 91

Postal Code:
4050-294

Landline Phone:
222002938

Email:
gizeladuarte51@hotmail.com

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