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Cantinho da Mimi is a restaurant, café and snack bar with a varied menu. You can go to this restaurant for a meal as it offers daily dishes at an economical price. If you prefer, you can choose one of their specialties such as the francesinha or the specialty hotdog. On sunny days there is always the possibility of taking advantage of the terrace to take a break and relax while having a coffee, a beer or one of their sandwiches. In addition, it is a spacious, comfortable and discreet venue, ideal for organizing group dinners. Additionally, there is a basement where sometimes dances and karaoke parties take place.

Food, drinks, snacks, coffee

Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00-6:00



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Address:
Rua da Alegria 316

Postal Code:
4000-038

City Zone:
Baixa

Mobile Phone:
914850845

Email:
mariaemiliagirasol@gmail.com

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