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Located on the famous and bustling Cedofeita Street, Lameiras 2 has been in operation for over 25 years. In this establishment you will find a relaxed and familiar atmosphere, with its own confection of cakes and simple but tasty homemade meals. Guests can also find a wide range of breakfast and brunch options, francesinhas and various other dishes. The restaurant also has two terraces, one inside and one outside, and a very comfortable internal room for coffee or a meal in a traditional area of the city.

Coffee, pastry, portuguese traditional cuisine

Monday to Friday 7h30-19h30 Saturday 7h30-18h30 Sunday: closed

Take Away, Home delivery

Money, ATM, MB Way



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Address:
Rua de Cedofeita, 243

Postal Code:
4050-179

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
224008584

Mobile Phone:
911038894

Website:
https://www.tripadvisor.pt/Restaurant_Review-g189180-d7144468-Reviews-Lameiras_2-Porto_Porto_District_Northern_Portugal.html

Email:
cafelameiras2@gmail.com

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