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Moreda Café Restaurante

Moreda owes its name to Manuel Francisco Moreda, a former councilor of the Oporto Chamber and member of the Porto Trade Association, who in 1860 opened a fig brandy distillery, which later evolved into the wider trade of wines and white drinks. Moreda has a huge variety of snacks made from shard cake such as nail and garlic shard cake. Noteworthy is the francesinha in Caco cake, a mix between the most typical Porto snack with one of the delights of Madeira. It offers economical lunchtime menus with meat and fish options including soup, bread, dessert and coffee. It is still a great place for group dinners.

Daily dishes at 6 €

Monday and Tuesday 6h30m-20h Wednesday to Friday 6h30m-00h Saturday 6h30m-15h



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Address:
Rua Sá da Bandeira, 504

Postal Code:
4000-300

City Zone:
Baixa

Mobile Phone:
933262760

Email:
fernandodias65@hotmail.com

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