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They have Portuguese custard tarts, baklava, brownies, fudge, macarons and almost anything your heart desires.. So if your the type to have a sweet tooth of some sort, check this place out.

City: Toronto

A wide variety of fresh fish and other portuguese staples like salted cod, olive oil, etc..this is a typical fish market so expect to see the whole experience ie the smell, the pick your own and the scaling in front of you..if you've only purchased your fish frozen and plastic wrapped from your local grocery store this may not be the place for you, but if you want to experience true fishmongers and eat fresh then give it a try. A great experience.

City: Toronto

The hallmark of this shop is produce.  Fresh, varied, and generally a couple of grades higher than you'll find elsewhere they manage to keep an excellent selection and fantastic pricing due to the solid base of their Portuguese customers and growing traffic from neighborhood newcomers.

City: West Toronto

A very popular Bakery! They have pretty good natas (Portuguese egg tarts) and they also have amazing cannoli (the tube shaped pastries filled with ricotta cream). So delicious. As well they have a large assortment of pastries and some typical Portuguese breakfast snacks. Web site.

City: West Toronto

Quebec

This Portuguese market-bazaar offers lots of Portuguese/Mediteranean/food products and kitchenware at low, low prices- They are absolutely fantastic for products such as tuna in olive oil,  bacalau, they even have Italian-brand pastas and tomato cans, Portuguese Delta coffee and more. The olive oils are all the basic Portuguese brands, Victor Guedes, Saloio, but be careful, as some oils are rather mediocre, quality-wise. 

City: Montreal

Oneof the the best Portuguese bakery in Montreal. Perfectly located near Romados, you cannot go wrong with anything you get here as all the pastries are always fresh. The natas have a crunchy flaky crust and a not too sweet creamy custard. Not quite the selection of what you would find in Lisbon, Portugal but this is absolute heaven for your sweet tooth! 

City: Montreal

A general purpose store with a wide variety of local and ethnic products, including a selection of Portugese products loyal to the nature of the neighbourhood.  Very well priced!

City: Montreal

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