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Molete Bread & Breakfast – São Lázaro

Molete Bread & Breakfast, which has three different establishments in the city of Porto, is a traditional Portuguese bakery that over the years has sought to develop without ever losing the quality that made it a reference. In their establishments you can find a wide variety of bread in its various shapes and flavors. You can also enjoy croissants and Patel de Nata, among other cakes. As its name implies, Molete Bread & Breakfast is a cozy place for your breakfast, but also for your snack and even for a lighter lunch, including vegetarian options.

Confectionery, bakery, meals, daily menus, breakfast menus, snack menus

Monday-Saturday: 07:00-20:00. Sunday: 08:00-19:00



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Address:
Avenida Rodrigues de Freitas, 256

Postal Code:
4000-418

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
223222152

Website:
https://molete.business.site/

Email:
molete@sapo.pt

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