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Obbifanas was born in 2016 after 40 years of much dedication in the restaurant business and with a continuous search of how to satisfy its customers. It is with great affection that, day after day, they try to perfect their product and convince the customer to repeat the visit. There is a lot to choose from, but the emphasis is on the offer in diminutives. Diminutives in name, great in flavour. The product in prominence are the Bifaninhas, considered by many the best in Porto. You can also choose Preguinhos in bread or Bichorrinhos, which can include cheese from Serra, according to personal taste. According to them, what distinguishes them is their taste, professionalism and a very special ingredient - affection.

Beefsteak, bread rolls, buttercups, Francesinhas.

Monday to Saturday: 07h30 - 22h | Sunday: closed



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Address:
Rua de Bolama, 51

Postal Code:
4200-049

City Zone:
Antas

Mobile Phone:
962697598

Email:
joaquimrmotamota1964@gmail.com

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