Download our App now

The project Sabores da Invicta emerged from knowledge, experience and passion. With about twenty years of experience in the field and knowledge about its location, they decided to venture into a project of their own. The main focus of Sabores da Invicta is the traditional Portuguese pastries and cuisine, both Portuguese and foreign, which is the reason why its clientele returns. "The passion for what we do" is the motto of this establishment, which promises to delight people with the various flavours it has to offer. The pastry shop is varied, you can try typical Portuguese sweets and not only and you can order for parties and ceremonies. Also in the meals the offer is varied.

Traditional Portuguese food, cakes, pastries.

Monday to saturday: 7h -20h | Sunday: 8h – 20h



Reviews

This store has no reviews.


Now in Porto

  • "Now in Porto" campaigns are special offers created for customers, effective for one day only. At Shop in Porto, shop owners can create these campaigns, which can be viewed in real time on the website and on the mobile apps.

Promotions

  • Promotions are one of the strategies shop owners can use to sell their products, renew collections or simply win more customers and advertise their business. At Shop in Porto, our shop owners can advertise online promotions in their stores over a period of time, making them visible to customers.

We are here

Address:
Praça Almeida Garrett, 16

Postal Code:
4000-069

City Zone:
Historic Center

Landline Phone:
222080303

Email:
confeitariasaboresdainvicta@gmail.com

Similar Stores

With a warm atmosphere and friendly and helpful service, Café Alem D’Ouro is a reference for its homemade sweets. Their francesinha is their most famous product, which is available all year round and not just at Christmas. But there are many other options such as its highly praised scones, orange muffins or cheeses of various flavors (chocolate, mango, passion fruit, almond and coffee). You can also taste the salty ones, such as the patties, the ball or the pastel de Chaves. It’s the perfect place for a meeting point, a snack or a coffee break, accompanied by one of their homemade pastries.

Whether for lunch, or simply to enjoy a snack, this central café, located in front of São Bento station, is a typical meeting point in Porto. If you are looking for a last coffee before taking the train, this is probably the right destination. It serves daily meals at competitive prices, with soup, main course, drink and coffee, and also has other offers, such as salads, soups, nails on plate and bread, hamburgers on plate and bread, omelettes, hot dogs, codfish dishes, sausage, meat rissoles and shrimp, not to mention its version of the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), just to mention some. Accompany it with the house drinks.

The Taberna do Doutor owes its name to a friend and client of the owner, who was a cardiologist, but also a writer and painter, and who always encouraged him to expand the business. After Sinatra’s, in the surroundings, he opened the “Taberna do Doutor” (Doctor’s Tavern), to create a space that pays homage to the traditional Portuguese cuisine, where codfish is the protagonist. In the menu, you will find codfish boiled with chickpeas, à la Braga (fried codfish served with chips and fried sliced onions), à la Rosa do Adro (boiled codfish which is then roasted; it can be served with mashed potatoes or boiled potatoes), à la Brás (Portuguese dish made from shreds of salted cod, onions and thinly chopped (matchstick-sized) fried potatoes, all bound with scrambled eggs. It is usually garnished with black olives and sprinkled with fresh parsley) or baked on the plate, without forgetting other versions of the faithful friend, as the codfish salad, cakes or ‘pataniscas’ (they consist of pieces of shredded cod fried in wheat flour, seasoned with salt and sometimes pepper and parsley; they have a flattened or spherical irregular shape, if fried in abundant fat and are about 8-12 cm in diameter). There are other options, mainly of meat, as the steak à la ‘doutor’ (cooked in a very specific house manner), of veal, but there are also ‘Tripas à moda do Porto’ (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used), cooked as the tradition dictates, as if it was the grandmother cooking.

This store was already added

 

Ir para os
meus roteiros