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Founded by two French people in love with Porto, Mademoiselle is a typical French pastry and bakery, characterized by its warm and sophisticated atmosphere by the sea, but also and above all, by the delights it offers our customers, such as crepes, éclaires and obviously croissants, simple, but also, for example, with homemade salted caramel jam or almond filling. In addition to sweets, you will find a wide variety of savory snacks such as croquetes, quiches, omelets and various types of baguette. Everything in this pastry is made in the kitchen itself according to the French tradition, known our its high quality standards while served with sympathy.

French bakery and pastery

Summer 7:30h - 20:00 | Winter 7:00h - 19:00h



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Address:
Avenida Brasil, 95

Postal Code:
4150-151

City Zone:
Foz Sea

Landline Phone:
220160229

Email:
mademoiselle.gourmet.shop@gmail.com

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