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Located on a corner between 2 famous streets and in the middle of several imposing buildings, the company is a typical "pastelaria shop" that most 'fills the locals view'. Designed by the Swiss architect Ernesto Korrodi, in 1912, the facade of it stands out for its naturalistic and curvy ornamentation, a characteristic of Art Nouveau.
Over the years, the establishment has solidified its place as a historic space in the city of Lisbon - there are many customers who have been there for decades.
Campo de Ourique is a neighborhood with a life of its own, it looks like a small town within Greater Lisbon. It is often referred to as the most peaceful neighborhood in the city of Lisbon and the one with the best living conditions, differentiating itself from other urban areas that rely excessively on shopping centers. The working days and the weekend seem to be indistinguishable from each other, as the peaceful and paradoxically dynamic movement of people crosses the neighborhood every day of the week at the same pace.
To conclude this is Campo Ourique’s answer to a French sidewalk café, where outside tables are arranged with chairs facing out towards the street so patrons can watch the world go by on their lunch break. It’s a traditional pastelaria to be sure, it’s just bigger and more grand than your average neighborhood coffee shop. The staff is quick to greet you and grab your order, the food is delivered to you promptly and well prepared, and the portions (half dose and full dose) are just as advertised.
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