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Brasão Cervejaria Coliseu Baixa

Recomendado por 27 habitantes del lugar · Precio estimado 2 de 4 ·

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Casas Da Formiga
Casas Da Formiga
March 26, 2020
Here you should try the famous Francesinha
Luis
Luis
January 3, 2019
Center; typical dish: 'francesinha'
Ana
Ana
September 18, 2017
Eat a Francesinha So you might have heard about our monster sandwich. It’s ok if you haven’t. But after you’ve tried it you’ll never forget the cheesy, spicy, sauce-laden refuge for a clan of grilled meats, confined between two slices of white bread. By Amass. Cook.
Porto City Hosts
Porto City Hosts
July 26, 2017
Very good francesinhas and other specialities
Luís Filipe
Luís Filipe
February 20, 2020
Nice place to eat the famous Francesinha.
Micaela
Micaela
June 14, 2019
Another place for a good Francesinha.
João & Ana
João & Ana
June 10, 2019
A really nice place to try a typical Porto dish (Francesinha)
Porto City Hosts
Porto City Hosts
July 27, 2017
Nice place to try one of the best francesinhas in Porto!
Luís
Luís
March 24, 2020
Amazing place with really good Francesinhas

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Ubicación
205 R. de Passos Manuel
Porto, Porto 4000-385
Teléfono+351 931 989 364
Sitio webbrasao.pt
Estado según horario de aperturaAbierto · Cierra a las 11:30 PM
Reservas
Tarjetas de crédito
Yes (incl. American Express)
Asientos en el exterior
No
Menús
Brunch, almuerzo, cena
Bebidas
Beer
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