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Opening its doors in Porto in 2002, Rota do Chá is today a tea house offering its visitors a wide variety of options for this famous old drink, over 300 if that was your question. Visitors to this establishment, inspired by tea-making environments like India, Morocco, China and Japan, find an ideal place to relax and get carried away to other continents, right in the city center. Accompanying your choice of tea, delicious homemade scones and cakes are recommended, with the Tea Route offering lunch menus for all those who want a fuller meal.

Tea, home made cakes, scones, lunch menu

Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 21:00



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Address:
Rua Miguel Bombarda, 457

Postal Code:
4050-382

City Zone:
Boavista

Landline Phone:
220136726

Mobile Phone:
914394027

Email:
miguelort@sapo.pt

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