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Khoollect eats: Portuguese tarts from Café de Nata

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Last week, Team Khoollect sampled the delights of Hammersmith Broadway’s Café de Nata for a mid-morning snack when Editor-in-Chief Rachel Khoo came to Khoollect HQ for an editorial meeting. The traditional, freshly made Portuguese tarts, which consists of a warm, thick, vanilla custard encased in a thin, flaky pastry, is to die for. Needless to say, this is a favourite among commuters in the Hammersmith region.

Marketing and Partnerships Manager Hannah has probably had one too many already since she found this gem. One tip she’s picked up is to visit the outlet after 8.00pm in the evening, where they sell the day’s remaining tarts for £1.

As well as a mid-morning indulgence, we’re pretty sure this moreish pastry would work as breakfast, a lunchtime dessert, afternoon snack, pudding, or for the late night munchies.

Let us know if you visit Café de Nata!

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Try these little treats

Last week, Team Khoollect sampled the delights of Hammersmith Broadway’s Café de Nata for a mid-morning snack when Editor-in-Chief Rachel Khoo came to Khoollect HQ for an editorial meeting. The traditional, freshly made Portuguese tarts, which consists of a warm, thick, vanilla custard encased in a thin, flaky pastry, is to die for. Needless to say, this is a favourite among commuters in the Hammersmith region.

Marketing and Partnerships Manager Hannah has probably had one too many already since she found this gem. One tip she’s picked up is to visit the outlet after 8.00pm in the evening, where they sell the day’s remaining tarts for £1.

As well as a mid-morning indulgence, we’re pretty sure this moreish pastry would work as breakfast, a lunchtime dessert, afternoon snack, pudding, or for the late night munchies.

Let us know if you visit Café de Nata!

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Monty Miller 3 years ago

I’m so glad someone agrees with me, I think these tarts are food of the gods but my wife thinks they are just ok. Everyone needs (and probably has)an outlet ne’er to them that makes these tarts. Life would be sad if we all liked the same things, but be fair, these are Portuguese custard tarts, not just a pastry!

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