Brunch Cafés in Portugal

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16 cafés and coffeehouses offering "Brunch" ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale in Portugal. All information including address and phone number.
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Speciality café, bakery, natural wine store and restaurant, the Hakko can do it all. Everything tastes great here, from coffee with a homemade donut in the morning to lunch with lots of local vegetables and a glass of wine in the afternoon. It's well worth a visit.

Rua do Rosário 313, 4050-007 Porto, Portugal

Here you can enjoy really good coffee, creative drinks and delicious food with a Middle Eastern touch in a hip ambience. The Protest Kitchen is the perfect place for a healthy, hearty break, lunch or an aperitif in the city centre.

Rua dos Bragas 58, 4050-007 Porto, Portugal

Rosi is located in one of Porto's trendiest districts. Here you can enjoy excellent speciality coffee and delicious sweet and savoury dishes in a stylish atmosphere. The perfect place for an extensive breakfast, lunch or aperitif.

Rua do Rosário, 4050 Porto, Portugal

This Australian-Portuguese café serves one of the most popular brunches in the city. Whether sweet or savoury, everyone will find something to suit them on the small menu. The coffee is roasted by the baristas themselves and also tastes excellent.

Rua do Poço dos Negros 1, 1200-115 Lissabon, Portugal

One of the great classics among Lisbon's cafés and bakeries. Here you will find everything your heart desires - from sweet and savoury breakfasts and traditional lunch menus to coffee and cake in the afternoon, in a pleasantly nostalgic atmosphere.

Rua da Junqueira 528, 1300-424 Lissabon, Portugal

The coffee at Baobá comes from its own farm in Brazil, is roasted in the trendy Bica district and made into excellent specialities in the café. There is also a delicious breakfast and Brazilian snacks such as pão de queijo and açaí smoothies.

Rua de São Paulo 256, 1200 Lissabon, Portugal

Drinks made from home-roasted speciality coffee are served in this cosy café in a former garage. There are also delicious pastries from a local bakery as well as sweet and savoury snacks from the small kitchen.

Rua do Conde de Ferreira & Rua de Morgado de Mateus, 4000 Porto, Portugal

The baristas here know what they are doing. They serve delicious breakfasts with their excellent coffee specialities, and later in the day you can stop by for a glass of natural wine or a good cocktail. The store is also a small bookshop.

Rua da Esperança 21, 1200-655 Lissabon, Portugal

The legendary pastéis de nata were invented here almost 200 years ago. Even today, it is still worth a visit for the popular pastéis, but also for other delicacies. You should definitely eat them in the beautiful dining room decorated with azulejos.

Rua de Belém 92, 1300-424 Lissabon, Portugal

The cosy Buna serves speciality coffee from the country's best roasters, prepared by experts. Plus a small but fine selection of delicious dishes. The whole thing is served by an extremely friendly team.

Rua de São Bento 3, 1200-115 Lissabon, Portugal

Coffee fans cannot avoid a visit to C'alma. Here you can sample coffee from the best roasters. The historic dining room provides the right ambience, as does the friendly team, who know all about coffee.

Rua de Passos Manuel 44, 4000-007 Porto, Portugal

Manna is a yoga studio with an adjoining café. It serves healthy, vegetarian and vegan food made from local produce, as well as selected teas and speciality coffees. If you come later in the day, you can also enjoy an aperitif here with natural wines.

Rua da Conceição 60, 4000-007 Porto, Portugal

The famous Café Majestic has been around for over 100 years. Even though it is very touristy, it is well worth a visit. Not only for the beautiful original Art Deco furnishings, but also for the delicious food and exquisite drinks.

Rua de Santa Catarina 112, 4000-007 Porto, Portugal

This cosy pub offers free culture with your coffee, drinks and tasty snacks. You can play board games, borrow books or simply enjoy the sun in the courtyard. An oasis of calm in the hectic city centre.

Rua do Duque de Saldanha 431, 4300-003 Porto, Portugal
Classic Coffeehouse

Yes, the legendary café in the heart of the city is touristy, but it's still worth a visit. The historic dining room serves traditional Portuguese delicacies, with something for every taste, from sweet to savoury lunches.

Rua Garrett 122, 1200-125 Lissabon, Portugal

Locals and tourists, artists and workers have been meeting at Café Guarany since 1933. It serves coffee, small and large dishes and often has musical entertainment from morning to night. The dining room is still kept in the original Art Deco style.

Avenida dos Aliados 85, 4000-007 Porto, Portugal