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Café De Nata to open 4th London site

Café De Nata, the Portuguese tart specialists has taken a 600 sq ft space on Camden’s high street.

The brand's latest offering will include 12 covers, with customers able to view the tarts being hand baked via an open kitchen display.

Due to open in mid-November, Café De Nata in Camden Market will serve up freshly baked natas, which come in seven delicious flavours.

Café De Nata’s Camden site will join the other cafes in Hammersmith, Soho and South Kensington.

Co-Founder Abdul Virji said, “We are thrilled to be opening our latest Café De Nata site alongside the iconic Camden Market. Following continued success, it is the right opportunity for us to expand into an area with such a diverse culinary offering and strong following.

'It takes time to select the right location, but the mix of independent operators, well-known London favourites and high street brands creates the ideal place from which we can grow our customer base.

'We cannot wait to open our doors to serve our renowned Pastéis de Nata to Camden’s residents and visitors.”