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WHERE TO EAT IN CASCAIS: PAUL BAKERY

It was rainy and cold, and we clung on to our small umbrella as we walked through the slick streets of Cascais after a lunch at one of those tourist restaurants; menus in several languages, waiters annoyed and always preoccupied, food not the best, when we stumbled upon this bakery. Immediately it´s warm glow drove us in and we entered through the doors, welomed by the warm scent of pastries, baked goods, and macarons. Christina and I both chose a large macraon each, chocolate and pistachio. They tasted like a well-deserved hug back in our hotel room.

The next day, we went back after breakfast to buy another chocolate macaron fro Christina, and strawberry-tartelette for me (which my mom would´ve loved), and a rasberry-tartelette for the both of us to share. The strawberry-tartlette? A piece of heaven!

If you ever have the chance to go to one of the PAUL bakerys, do it! You won´t be disappointed by the warm, cosy atmosphere and increadible food!

 

 

 

 

 

 

sweet kisses! xx

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