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On April 25, 1947, Vicente Peres founded the Sical-Coffee Importer Society. A few years later, the Sical Cafeteria took another step, starting to serve coffee by the cup and continues with the transformation of the place into a cultural landmark, enriching its walls, in 1964, with two tile panels by Júlio Resende. In 2017, the master António Bessa, apprentice of Julio Resende, adds to the estate of the house another work. Confeitaria SICAL is currently a modern space with a relaxed atmosphere that complements the sophisticated views of downtown Porto with its own brand coffee. You can go with a refined pastry, varied sandwiches, toasts, natural juices and teas.

Cream, francesinhas, cocktails, terrace, coffee history, tea room, food

Monday-Thursday: 7:00-23:30. Friday-Saturday: 7:00-03:30. Sunday: 8:00-00:00



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Address:
Praça D. Filipa de Lencastre, 29

Postal Code:
4050-259

City Zone:
Baixa

Mobile Phone:
933417010

Email:
bxferhote@sapo.pt

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