From 12pm to 2pm, its famous panteritas (mini croissants) will be available on the streets adjacent to the Promenade building, on Avenida 24 de Julho and Praça Dom Luís I.
Although they are already well known in Spain, pantherites have now arrived in Portugal. With several toppings, they cost 2.5 euros with coffee in the store and can also be taken home, with boxes of five, 10 or 25 units, with prices ranging from three to 12 euros.
The new store is part of the expansion plan of the Spanish company, which expects to reach 50 stores this year in Portugal and make the country the first international market with the representation of all its five brands.
So far, Portugal already has 100 Montaditos, The Good Burguer, Pepe Taco and Panther Organic Coffee.