Cafe de Nata Halal Restaurant Knightsbridge London

Café de Nata launches flagship store in London Knightsbridge


Cafe de Nata Halal Restaurant Knightsbridge London

Credit: Cafe de Nata

A popular artisan bakery which specialises in Portuguese custard tarts opened its flagship store in London’s Knightsbridge over the weekend.

Café de Nata celebrated the launch of its fifth London site on Brompton Road by giving away a box of three natas to the first 30 customers.

History of the Pastél de Nata...
First made by monks of the Jeronimos Monastery in Portugal over 300 years ago, the Pastél de Nata’s (‘King of Portuguese’ pastries) popularity spread to Asia, Africa & South America via the Portuguese Empire.

More importantly, the business is a fully Halal one with the only ingredients coming from animals being milk and eggs.

As the first specialist ‘Nata’ bakery in London, the brand also has cafés in Hammersmith, South Kensington, Soho, and Camden Town.

With its Raspberry ‘Nata’ having won Best Bakery Product at the national Product Excellence Awards in 2019, their overall range of natas comes in a variety of flavours including strawberry, raspberry, and blueberry.

Abdul Virji, co-founder of Café de Nata, said: “We want dessert lovers across the country to experience what makes our Nata’s so popular.”

Café De Nata
183 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW3 1PA.

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Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 08:00-20:00

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