On hot Summer days – but not only – this very Portuguese Venice is an excellent choice for leisure time. Located in the heart of Ericeira (in Praça da República, popularly known as “Jogo da Bola”), it’s a shop with a privileged location. Here you can relax with a cool drink outside, facing the beautiful trees of the Square and those who cross the village’s social center, or take a cappuccino in the coziness of the pastry shop.
The inside, where the elegant chairs stand out at first sight, recalls a mix of a certain European style and the national tradition. A sober luminosity gives an intimate glow to a house that has been part of the locals’ imaginary for several decades.
Among the suggestions you can find the frappe coffee and the Italian hot chocolate, but are the sweets that conquer the palate, with the inspired recipes by Chef Nuno Moura, confectioner of the house: indulge yourself in homemade crepes and waffles and with the equally delicious homemade ice cream of Italian produce. And if you’re not ashamed to be a little bit greedy, try another specialty, the giant Berliners, famous for their unusual size and traditional cream with many years of history. The latest offers are the ice cream cakes for birthdays or desserts and cold sweets, made with high quality products and flavor. Reservations are accepted 72 hours in advance.
Type: Pastry and ice-cream shop
Address: Praça da República, nº 16 2655-347 Ericeira
Contacts: Phone – +351 261 862 652 | Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hostess: Alcione Filipe Batista
Suggestions: Traditional local, regional and typical cakes from several regions of the country; homemade crepes and waffles with fruit and ice cream; homemade ice creams with Italian and Portuguese recipes; milkshakes; Irish Coffee; Berliners – homemade specialty.
Smokers: Only outside
Capacity: 100 seats
Outdoor seating: Yes
Opening hours: Summer – from 8 am to 2 am | Winter – from 8 am às 8 pm
Days off: Thursday (except for holidays)
Payment: Cash, Visa, ATM
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