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Confeitaria Miguel Ângelo

In a luminous space, which fills the curve of the street, with glass all around, you can find the Padaria Miguel Ângelo (bakery). With a warm, familiar atmosphere and modern decoration, Padaria Miguel Ângelo stands out for the quality of its bread and there are for all tastes - bijou bread, grandmother's bread (baked with rye flour), white buns (shaped like the beak of a duck), unsalted bread, wholemeal, rye bread, ‘bicos de pato’ (ducks beak - sweet buns shaped like the beak of a duck), Mealhada bread (baked with wheat flour and squared shape, with four high corners), Michelangelo wheat bread, loaf of bread, bread for French toasts, just to mention a few. You can also find sweet options, with typical Portuguese pastries, such as coconut white bread, ‘pão de ló de Ovar’ (similar to sponge cake, but moist in the middle), ‘tranças’ (sweet bread in the shape of braids), you can also order custom birthday cakes. The service is attentive and the offer invites you to taste.

Bread, pastries, cakes.

Monday to saturday: 07h - 19h | Sunday: closed



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Address:
Rua Anselmo Braancamp, 260

Postal Code:
4000-079

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
225378675

Email:
miguelangelo.padaria@gmail.com

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