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  • 33 Earlham St. Map It
  • Covent Garden
  • Café

Updated 03/06/2014

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Just off Seven Dials and behind Neal Street in Covent Garden, this laid-back-but-lauded Portuguese–Brazilian café serves winning and unusual pastries, savories, tarts, soups, plates of nosh, and strong coffee. Portuguese snacks like chicken-stuffed coxinha dumplings are £2.50, while generous mains like feijoada (black bean stew and smoked pork), meatballs in tomato sauce, chorizo tart, or bacalhau salt cod with fried potatoes all come in for less

than £7. There's a galaxy of desserts: wheat- and gluten-free chocolate, coconut, orange, and carrot cakes, Brazilan brigadeiro chocolate balls, creme caramel, and those intriguing Portuguese Pastel de Nata custard tarts.

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33 Earlham St., London, WC2H 9LS, England

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Updated 03/06/2014


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