Well-made pastries with an attentive staff

R. 1º Maio, 2
+351 213633351, website
Daily, 7h – 20h

This pastry shop has been the go-to bakery for cakes, cookies, and breakfast pastries in Alcântara since the 1960s. Try their bolo rei, their pastel de nata, the bolo de feijão, or just pick something that speaks to you and you won’t go wrong. Atlas likes to pop in for a croissant misto, but that’s just cause we like a little pastry with our ham and cheese. They also serve lunch and dinner which included octopus and bacalhau dishes, but we’ve never tried them.

Galão Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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