Very good salads, and their smoothies and apple Juice are at the too a Nice place to eat Just a negative point ; you've to pay before eating
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After many great reviews on trip advisor, I was very disappointed to find an overpriced (3,90 for a latte?) cafe, with poor service (lady at the counter seemed pissed at every question about any gluten free or vegan options) and the worst: they don't take international cards, only Portuguese ones or cash. Why the hell would you call yourself traveller's... More
I can recommend this place. Scrambled eggs with ham were very good and orange juice was fantastic. Place is nice there are several tables inside and outside. There is a wide choice of products in the menu. Breakfast sets, sandwiches, paninis, scrambled eggs etc. They serve very good tea as well. Only thing you need to be aware of is... More
Spent an hour or so at Traveller with my son and husband on our trip around Portugal last September. We came here after seeing Anthony Bourdain visited. Such an amazing array of food, sweets and coffee. The latte's were great and the value for was it was well worth it. Will for sure return!!
Gladly The Traveller Cafe was open on New Years Day. I ordered toast with marmalade, OJ and tea. The toast was on the small side and I think I'd need two or three of those to feel a bit filled up, which would make it a more costly breakfast (1 toast €1.85). The OJ though is fantastic. A large sized... More
This café was literally around the corner from our hotel (just off the Rua St Caterina). We visited for a much needed rest on out first day in Porto, a snack and coffee and were delighted with the friendly service, extensive menu and good service. We enjoyed it so much that we visited every day during our 5 day stay.... More
I went there to have a coffee and a nice pastel de nata and connect to internet and work. They are called Traveller Cafe, so it should be the ideal place for this. The table was dirty and sticky and when I asked the waitress to clean it she passed a napkin and then put the cup of coffee on... More
Stopped here on a Saturday evening because everything else was closing up. This place had delicious panini sandwiches. They were willing to customize our meals and the surroundings were comfortable and quiet despite the noisy street. We sat for more than an hour just relaxing after a busy day of travel and sight-seeing. Very nice.