Bairro: Água Verde
City: Curitiba, PR
Phone: (041) 3013-2368
Hours: Monday to Saturday from 6am to 11pm. Sunday from 7am to 11pm.
Cost: No Information Available
Specializing in breads, Bread of Grandma offers to date the recipe that started the bakery / confectionery, bread and Grandma's sold for more than twenty years. The highlight of the scones are home to more than thirty types like full, seven grains and diet. Cakes and eva two loves are the stars of home among the desserts.
Bakeries play a central role in Brazilian lives as fresh bread is typically used during many meals. Bakeries provide incredibly fresh goods, and are preferred over grocery stores. Purchasing fresh bread daily is a relatively popular in Brazil. Often there are even long lines of people waiting to buy bread that is about to come out of the oven! Bakeries also produce sweet and savory alternatives, including many pastries. Many new bakeries also include cafes serving various kinds of coffee, hot chocolate, tea, and fresh juices to customers who wish to enjoy their freshly baked goods at the bakery.
Rosca is traditionally served in the south, normally in the state of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul and is made from manioc flour. The bread only lasts for one day before it gets stale, so don’t buy more than you can devour. You’ll find it prepared in large ring-shaped wreaths, ordinarily 8 inches to about 15 inches in diameter. It’s best served with Nata, a butter/cheese found in most super markets.
Nearby Restaurants include Pão da Vovó - Água Verde, Dolce e Pasta, Doce Pecado, Velho Oriente - Água Verde, Restaurante Kan, República do Café, Sorveteria Pedacinho do Nordeste - Capitão Clementino Paraná, PicanhaBrava, Baggio Pizzeria e Focacceria - Água Verde, Sandwicheria República, Ippai, Adega Franco - Água Verde, Burgomestre, Pingo Dog, Sorella - Iguaçu, Yumê, Família Sfiha - Água Verde, Zezito´s, Chorango Pães e Doces, Master Grill.
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