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Fangas Mercearia Bar

Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales ·

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Ingride
Ingride
October 25, 2017
Traditional Portuguese snacks.
Emma
Emma
April 30, 2016
Portuguese tapas at its best
Victor
Victor
November 01, 2012
In Fangas Mercearia & Bar, you may delight yourself with a careful selection of wines, preserves and national sausages, tasty toasts and snacks and other unmissable savoury and sweets.
Atlantic
Atlantic
December 18, 2018
Um espaço acolhedor que convida a provar grandes vinhos e petiscos com assinatura, preparados com os melhores produtos portugueses.
Nadia
Nadia
February 01, 2013
cerca de 10€, para provar bons vinhos e petiscar.

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Ubicación
45 Rua Fernandes Tomás
Coimbra, Coimbra District 3000-168
Teléfono934 093 636
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