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Pão Quente Carioca is a self-made pastry. You can come here for a break or spend some time. Given its proximity to Campanhã Station it is a good place to be while waiting for your train. It has a wide range of cakes, including Berlin balls, cream, god bread, croissants, eclaires or apple puffs. You can come to this establishment for breakfast or a quick mid-afternoon and morning snack and eat, for example, a sandwich with a natural orange juice. In addition, the atmosphere is pleasant, welcoming and the staff will welcome you with the greatest of sympathy.

Coffee, drinks, snacks

Monday to Saturday: 6:00-20;30 Sunday: 8:00-13:00



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Address:
Rua do Freixo, 1828

Postal Code:
4300-215

City Zone:
Campanhã

Landline Phone:
225360265

Email:
pedroypereira@gmail.com

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