Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris

  • Address: R. Augusta 267, 1100-052 Lisbon, Portugal
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  • Phone: +351-213469713
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Bakery

Love pastries and stranded in Lisbon? Simply make your way to the Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris in Rua Augusta. One of the highly popular bakeries in the city, the Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris or the Casa Brasileira is famous for its wide assortment of pastries and cookies that are a delight for your taste buds. The Casa Brasileira offers indoor and outdoor seating with a full bar and an amazing menu that is full of savoury and sweet treats. Their breakfast menu comes highly recommended. Be wary though; the Bakery can get quite crowded and you might have to push your way to get your order.

  • Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris Address: R. Augusta 267, 1100-052 Lisbon, Portugal
  • Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris Contact Number: +351-213469713
  • Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris Price: Free
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  • 0.04% of people who visit Lisbon include Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris visit around 11 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris

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People normally club together Chiado Square and Fragata Don Fernando I I E Gloria while planning their visit to Pastelaria Brasileira Horaris.

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  • At least we wasn't poisoned.... All other shops around should be better

  • Nice old fashioned pastalaria, I came here for breakfast and had a coffee and a pastry, which were good and affordable (2.2€ for both). Location is awesome, very central. Staff isn't very kind, so not the best service. They also have lunch menu and tables outside but I didn't try it.

  • Wonderful spot for breakfast with super friendly staff.

  • Great pastries in the centre of Lisbon, good coffee. Our waitress was very helpful and patience when we picked out pastries out of the window from the shop. They also serve food, but I recommend to go for the sweets.

  • I entered the place with my sister and the man at the counter immediately started complimenting in a not so polite way my sister. We were trying to ask for information about the pastries but the man started laughing while looking behind me and her. I turned around and there was another employee who was looking at my sister in a wrong way and who was making faces. We left. Very disappointed by this behavior, those people are there to help customers and sell their products, not to look at women like they've never seen one before. We were beyond disgusted.

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