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    Posted: 07 January 2011 at 10:07am
I recommend the home made Portuguese custard tarts. They just need to take out the wall between the counter and the area with tables to let some natural light in. Nice laid back feel to the place
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Where is this establishment?
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On the High Street opposite the library
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Originally posted by phisch21 phisch21 wrote:

I recommend the home made Portuguese custard tarts. They just need to take out the wall between the counter and the area with tables to let some natural light in. Nice laid back feel to the place
Oooh, are these Belem pasteries? I used to love eating these in Lisbon.
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Spoken to Merderia today. Its a family run business from the home country itself. Very lovely family, they are planning on extending the coffee shop into the Hillingdon building to create a restuarant with authentic portuguese dishes.
 
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I would welcome that.  There used to be a nice Portugese restaurant in Rayners Lane doing a fantastic Chicken Piri Piri but it went out of business.
 
 
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Originally posted by PCSO Brennan PCSO Brennan wrote:

, they are planning on extending the coffee shop into the Hillingdon building to create a restuarant
 
 
So a business which is currently operating in contravention of the planning regulations is going to extend and open a restaurant in premises which have  already been refused planning permission for a restaurant (and lost the subsequent appeal).
 
Wonderful, just the kind of behaviour we need to encourage.
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