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REALLY important info on Casteis de Belem Pastry Shop

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The horrendous line you see out the front door is for carry out service only.

If you see a line, go in the side door to the left and sit at a table there in the first section or continue back towards the bathroom where there are HUGE amounts of tables to even accommodate a large group for table service.

P. S. The cream tarts are a bit bigger than bite size but order more than one as you will be sorry if you don't. They have other yummy looking pastries that I wlll try next time and seem to be equally popular among locals..

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