Pão de Ló

Pão de Ló is a sweet that celebrates simplicity, made only of eggs, sugar and flour.

During Easter time, Pão de Ló is extremely popular, particularly in the north of the country. Depending on the tradition they grew up, each family has its favorite version: wetter or drier, cuter or denser.

Pastel de Nata

Composed of a crispy pastry and a filling prepared with the typical trio of Portuguese confectionery: sugar, milk and egg yolks.

Pastel de nata is already considered a tourist attraction and gastronomic jewel, such as Port Wine and Fado.


A biscuit of French origin prepared with crispy pastry and crystal sugar.

It means “palm tree”, but its heart shape leads to the name “heart of France”.


A unique blend of nuts and chocolate.

A creation by Confeitaria Madre Odisseia that highlights the perfect connection between crunchy chocolate and soft pastry.