This is simply a great place! It doesn't look like much from the outside, but they serve delicious food at very reasonable prices. The staff is really friendly and the menu comes in French and English.
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we came to taste pasteis de nata and we came back to have a great breakfast very morning!!! a real proper Portuguse cafe we where the only foreing and we enjoyed exellent pasteis very similar to Belem ones and great coffe. all homemade food in...More
I don't actually want to write a review as I think it should remain a hidden gem. It is a proper Portuguese cafe selling delicious homemade pastries and lunches. If you love food at a ridiculously cheap price, go here.
Great local Portuguese restaurant. If you want a proper pastel de nata (or custard tart to the English amongst us!) they are served in the traditional way with cinnamon and the custard is to die for. Lunches are a way to try Portuguese food without...More
If you want to eat with the locals, don't want to pay too much and still have great food: go here! This small pastelaria is great for dinner. Me and my girlfriend had soup, fresh fish, fresh juice and a beer for under 25 Euros!...More
This is a great place. Visit throughout the day for a full selection of drinks, snacks or a full meal . Most of the clientele are local which is always a good sign. Prices are very reasonable at just over 1 euro for most of...More
We went twice in this café restaurant ,one for coffee and juice and Pastelas ,and in the evening for a dinner at the restaurant just raised the hotel.The place is a typical local bar ,with local people who drinks their coffee and talk about life...More
It's a regular place for locals and office people during lunch time. I recommend order from the "daily menu" (as I've seen other reviews saying the food wasn't fresh or tasty). They have full and half portions that are good for the price. Service is...More
We stopped at Pastelaria Coelho for Sunday lunch, a cafe frequented by locals, serving traditional Portuguese food. We tried the local Portuguese fish stew served in a huge pottery lidded dish and packed with fish. Prices are reasonable, portions large, and the food is well...More
We live in Faro and go the the Coelho pastelaria quite often. It's a local's hang out, packed at lunch, with very good pasteries.