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Louvre Michaelense began by being a brand and a grocery store. Like the original shop, founded in 1904 where hats and fabrics imported from Paris were sold, Louvre now tries to bring this novelty in the form of local artisan products, care objects...more
Hours Today: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Rua Antonio Jose D'Almeida 18, Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel 9500-053, Portugal
We spent two weeks in Ponta Delgada and went to Louvre Michaelense for breakfast for five of the days we were there. My boyfriend and I became obsessed with their "smashed avocado" toast. Anytime we craved a really hearty breakfast we went straight here for...More
Food is different from all the other little cafes in the old town. Vegetarian and vegan friendly. My wife enjoyed the falafels, me I had the local beef, very nice. Nice place to sit. Bit of a view of the square and water. Staff very...More
Munch on a falafel sandwich and taste their deliciously fresh, gazpacho soup. When you’re in Portugal, you sometimes need something quick and easy to get on with your day plans, this place exceeds expectations with fun, tasty snacks with excellent ingredient quality to match. Quick...More
This place is difficult to find, even though it is just next to the Igreja Matriz de São Sebastião, as there is no sign on the outside. They have tables outside, but inside, there are tables set in an old pharmacy kind of setting, with...More
A unique place - unlike other (more typical) restaurants on the island: creative, qualitative and healthy meals for a small price. We kept on going back even if we were just planning on passing by. You should definitely try the poached egg with avocado!
A friend recommended the place for breakfast. We were not disappointed. The small restaurant is so unassuming and supposedly trusting with people walking in and out all the time. It must have been a pharmacy of some sorts in the past. The original counter was...More