Lovely people. Great pastela de nata. Awful coffee. Nespresso would be better. Buy your pastela de nata to go and get one extra. Walk down to Le Peloton Cafe (3 short blocks south). Give the barista a pastela de nata and they'll be happy for you to eat yours with a great coffee and a chilled space.
This is a place for the coffee lover looking for the closest thing to a specialty coffee in Paris. The coffee is good and the Portuguese Tarts are to die for! The shop is a hole in the wall with 2 seats but this became a daily stop for us over 1 week in Paris. They also sell some other nibble items. We highly recommend this place when you need to remember what real coffee tastes like!
The coffee here is very good, we had two noisettes. Would go back (and probably will) for the coffee alone, but the Portuguese tarts are the best I have ever tasted. The combination of the two make this a must to visit. There are still only two seats, but people seem to respect this and move on quickly, but not a place to expect to linger.
The Portuguese have a reputation for coffee and mini custard tarts (pasteis de nata). This place does great coffee and tarts. So great I can't separate the coffee rating from the tart one. The only downside is that there are only two seats. You read correctly: 2.
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