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Set in a historical area of Porto, Linos Marquês cafeteria and restaurant integrates the spirit and pulse of the city of today, bringing together traditional values mixed with those of the current century. The modern decoration integrates traditional elements, giving the space a familiar and welcoming atmosphere. The offer is varied, both regarding the cafeteria and the restaurant. Their own production of pastry invites the tasting of sweet treats, such as ‘pão de ló de Ovar’ (similar to sponge cake; this version is wet), marble cake, ‘toucinho do céu’ (traditional dessert from Portugal and Spain, with an intense yellow colour; based on eggs and sugar, it originated in convents, the reason for the collective denomination of conventual sweets of this category; it consists of a kind of cake made with pearl sugar to which ground almonds are sometimes added, sometimes gila jam and finally a large portion of egg yolks. The name (literally bacon from Heaven) is due to the fact that the original version has lard as ingredient), among others, as well as the confection of its dishes, based on the tradition of Portuguese cuisine, there are new dishes every day and not missing the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish).

Traditional Portuguese cuisine.

Monday to Friday: 07h30 - 22h | Saturday: 08h - 22h | Sunday: closed



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Address:
Praça Marquês do Pombal, 114

Postal Code:
4000-390

City Zone:
Marquês

Landline Phone:
224927650

Email:
discursotemperado@sapo.pt

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