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Founded almost 20 years ago, Tutti Quanti Caffè, located in the area of São João de Brito and near the Bessa viaduct, following a bistro type design, with a careful and original decoration, is a place where you can take a break and have a cup of tea or coffee, eat a cake or something salty, to the sound of ambient music, and make a purchase for yourself or a friend. You will find three distinct spaces - Caffè, Fashion and Props, Decoration/ Gifts - which are interconnected, in a unique identity. You can have a light meal in this space or take a break to have a drink or enjoy one of your snacks. They favour good taste, creativity and originality.

Coffee, cakes, savoury snacks.

Monday to Saturday: 10h30 – 19h | Sunday: closed



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Address:
Rua Arquiteto Cassiano Barbosa, 72 B

Postal Code:
4100-009

City Zone:
Boavista

Landline Phone:
226187856

Email:
tuttiquanti@sapo.pt

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