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Bijou de Cascais

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Time Out says

Areias, classic dry cakes that once crushed resemble a child’s bucket of sand, were first recorded in Cascais during the 19th century; Cascais nozes (walnuts), which are more moist cakes, were first made in the 16th-century Nossa Senhora da Piedade Convent (which was built where Cascais Cultural Centre now stands). They have a crispier glazed sugar coating, with half a walnut on top. Both are on sale at Bijou de Cascais, a classic pastry shop and the ideal place for a coffee and cake.

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Editores da Time Out Lisboa


Rua do Regimento 19 de Infantaria, 55
Opening hours:
Daily 8am-9pm
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