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Mota & Silva, Lda Casa Chinesa

Typical and very old grocery store in Porto, Casa Chinesa, opened on December 18, 1938, is a specialized grocery store that works with selected products, being a must for those who follow natural and macrobiotic food, but not only. In addition to the specific products that are hard to find elsewhere, very characteristic of macrobiotic food, there are all kinds of high quality products such as pulses and nuts from various regions of the country. Casa Chinesa also allows its customers to purchase most of its products in bulk.

Natural products, teas, coffee, good cod, good mountain cheese, jams, preserves, smokehouse, bulk spices, gluten-free products, macrobiotics

Monday to Friday: 9 am - 7 pm Saturday: 9 am - 1 pm Sunday: Closed

Home delivery

Money, ATM, MB Way, Bank transfer



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Address:
Rua Sá da Bandeira, 343

Postal Code:
4000-435

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222006578

Mobile Phone:
917595060

Email:
casachinesa@sapo.pt

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