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The concept of Óbio is simple: healthy food prepared with love. It combines cafeteria and grocery store with only organic items. Most of the products that come to the table are on sale in space, so if you like something you ate you know you can replicate it at home. Óbio offers fresh dishes with organic products on the main menu, fresh salads, organic bruschetta and brunch, fresh juices, tea and coffee, all organic. The whole space is a makeup of an original building, since the birth of the place, which combines with the historical spirit of the city of Porto. The staff pays great attention to detail and comfort, to create the most pleasant meal atmosphere possible.

Organic food, organic products, cafeteria, brunch.

Monday to Saturday: 8h30 - 16h | Sunday: 9h30 - 16h



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Address:
Rua de Santo Ildefonso, 224

Postal Code:
4000-508

City Zone:
Baixa

Mobile Phone:
924365041

Email:
obio.organic.cafe@gmail.com

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