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    Almond Croissant

    When our Croissant isn't like your usual Croissant. This is a Portuguese Croissant, baked with more butter than the traditional one and much softer like a brioche. The perfect way to start the day along with a cup of coffee with a hint of Almond sweetness.
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    Chocolate Croissant

    When our Croissant isn't like your usual Croissant. This is a Portuguese Croissant, baked with more butter than the traditional one and much softer like a brioche. Our Chocolate Croissant is really chocolatey, think warm dough slathered with hazelnut flavoured chocolate... The perfect way to start the day along with a cup of coffee.
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    Croissant

    When our Croissant isn't like your usual Croissant. This is a Portuguese Croissant, baked with more butter than the traditional one and much softer like a brioche. The perfect way to start the day along with a cup of coffee.
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    Mil Folhas

    Our Mil Folhas is a distant cousin from the famous French Mille-Feuille, long assumed it was a patisserie brought over to Portugal by migrants. Every pastelaria has this pastry as part of their main pastries lines and they are all slightly different, from pastry style to fillings (even if they all look very similar). This is our take on the traditional Mil Folhas, this differs from its French cousin by using two layers of puff pastry with a typical Portuguese cream filling, resulting in a crunchier, flakier and delicious Portuguese pastry.
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    Bola de Berlim

    A "Bola de Berlim" is a Berliner doughnut with a twist: Berliners usually have jam as a filling but the "Bola de Berlim" uses a typical Portuguese cream filling instead. Fun fact: You’ll also find Portuguese people eating them at the beach, and you’ll sometimes even see vendors going up and down the beach selling them.
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    Bolo de Arroz

    A "Bolo de Arroz" is a muffin-shaped cake. If you don’t have a very sweet tooth this is a great cake to order, which is quite rare amongst Portuguese cakes as most are very sweet. The "Bolo de Arroz" is a pretty common cake in Portugal, and you’ll see it almost as much as the pastel de nata.
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    Torta de Ovo

    These small rolls are made of our sponge cake signature batter, then rolled and filled with our homemade typical Portuguese cream filling, that's where its name comes from. You can fit 2 of these on your hand, we have tried!
       
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    Vegan Queque

    Say hello to our vegan-friendly banana muffin. Baked daily at our bakery this little Banana vegan muffin is the perfect companion for a cup of tea, not overly sweet just nice.
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    Travesseiro de Maçã

    Travesseiro de Maçã translates to apple's pillow since it is soft and shaped like a pillow. It is a crumbly kind of pastry filled with apple cubes, typical Portuguese cream and we cover it with sugar but what makes it so good is the sweet apple filling.
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    Pão de Deus

    "Pão de Deus", meaning bread of God, are little brioche-inspired bread rolls that are covered in coconut, doce de ovos and sugar. This cakey bread is often eaten for breakfast or as part of a snack.
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    Pata de Veado

    A Swiss roll-style cake, the Pata de Veado (Deer Hoof) is recognisable by its wedge-shape that it’s usually cut into. It contains a typical Portuguese cream for the inner filling and also on the outside, topped with coconut.
     
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