The Danish Pastry: Bringing Portugal And Denmark Together ♦ The Danish brunch pastry opens in Lisbon next week, this new store is in the Campo Grande area and offers several homemade suggestions. The new The Danish Pastry Shop is at 115 Campo Grande Street. It’s next door to University City, the Campo Grande gardens, and even Frankie. Smørrebrød, flødeboller, nougat crackers, homemade pies and Danish puffs. The choice will be tricky once you get in and look at the window. Secrets From Portugal is thrilled to let you know all about this amazing danish pastry brunch cafe! Spoiler alert: you’ll start mouth-watering, we can guarantee.
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In early August, The Danish Pastry Shop announced that it was moving to Lisbon. After a year in the Queijas area, Danish brunch pastry arrives in the Campo Grande area next week. The opening was supposed to have happened earlier, but the official opening date was only shared this Tuesday, October 8, on the pastry’s Facebook page. It is from Saturday, October 19, that you can sample all specialities.
One of the suggestions that most fans got was brunch. In recent months it was served at 13 €. Natural juice joint; yoghurt; a homemade puff of choice; bread and spice crackers; beet hummus; tropical kebab or mushroom omelette; corncob; baked sweet potatoes; and a vanilla custard with lemon ice cream.
Those in charge will spend several hours in the kitchen to have all the options as fresh as possible. This is the case of croissants, prepared with French butter, and tarts with various flavours. They were available individually or larger for four or six people and are likely to be sold again in Campo Grande.
This pastry shop is a project of the couple Filipe Pereira and Katrine Andersen. They met at work in a hotel in Denmark, at D`Angleterre in Copenhagen, but it was in Portugal that they decided to start a business.
Filipe Pereira began studying at the Estoril Higher School of Hospitality and Tourism. Before travelling to Denmark, he worked with José Avillez and at Penha Longa Resort. In the Scandinavian country, it also went through the kitchen of Geranium, which has three Michelin stars.