Tuga Pastries’ famous Pasteis de Nata, born out of a legacy to Diogo’s father, first started in the kitchen of Village on Cloey. As demand increased for the flaky pastry and silky sauce, Tuga Pastries was born a few shops down.

Now an ever growing Tuga Pastries has renovated and relaunched where it first started. Village on Cloey has become Tuga x Village, which combines its famous bakery style displays with house made Portuguese bread and mouthwatering sandwiches. The cafe provides a dine-in and takeaway menu. Tuga x Village prides itself for its community feel, greeting the local customers by name and knowing your order by heart.

If you love freshly baked bread, you have come to the right place. Portuguese bread is not common in Sydney, but the Portuguese love their bread and Tuga x Village delivers its own version of Pao Alentejano. An old recipe from southern Portugal in the Alentejo region. We also have freshly made sourdough bread baked in-house daily. 

The menu features Portuguese flair, with a range of Torricado’s; Portuguese style sourdough chargrilled with garlic and olive oil. These include Abacate, Sardinha and Chouriço. 

In keeping with the traditions, we also house bake a delicious small bun that originates from the Portuguese island of Madeira; Bolo do Caco. This is a sweet potato bun that’s got a tasty crunchy surface with a soft centre that melts with each bite.

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Tuga x Village, Clovelly

Cafe & Bakery

Shop 1, 231 Clovelly Rd

Clovelly NSW 2031

Open 6am-3pm daily

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