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Lidl - Pastel de Nata Portuguese Custard Tart - 49p

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Posted 31st JanAvailable: National

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£0.49 Pastel de Nata

Traditional Portuguese Custard Tart
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I really like what Lidl are doing with their bakery products...but no way I can bring myself to buy when I see customers/their kids just touching every item before deciding which one to buy or just walking away.
Edited by: "Gollywood" 31st Jan
Gollywood31/01/2019 15:00

I really like what Lidl are doing with their bakery products...but no way …I really like what Lidl are doing with their bakery products...but no way I can bring myself to buy when I see customers/their kids just touching every item before deciding which one to buy or just walking away.


they should do waht they do in mainland europe: the big paddles that knock your chosen bread product down the slide; so you can't touch it till you'v knocked it out. its a bit crystal maze
compadre26 s ago

Good for the immune system!


Not mine!
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I really like what Lidl are doing with their bakery products...but no way I can bring myself to buy when I see customers/their kids just touching every item before deciding which one to buy or just walking away.
Edited by: "Gollywood" 31st Jan
I've seen them a couple of times this month at a Nottingham Lidl but not last Saturday, bit hit and miss which is frustrating. Tesco seem to have a regular offer of 2 for a £1.
Gollywood31/01/2019 15:00

I really like what Lidl are doing with their bakery products...but no way …I really like what Lidl are doing with their bakery products...but no way I can bring myself to buy when I see customers/their kids just touching every item before deciding which one to buy or just walking away.


Good for the immune system!
compadre26 s ago

Good for the immune system!


Not mine!
Pack of 4 for £2 in Tesco
Extra protein version when a few flies land and get stuck in the custard
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Yum Yum Yum they sell them in my local Lidl in Torquay too.

If you ever find yourself in Lisbon, it is well worth visiting Pasteis de Belem pasteisdebelem.pt/en/ for the most incredible Portuguese egg custard tart you will ever eat. I tried to make them at home but ended up with burnt custard at the bottom of my oven
Post brexit it will be called Custard Tart.
Morrisons do some too, 2 for £1.
Absolutely love these but they're usually quite pricey, well I think so. Thanks for posting. 🔥
jus4fun14131/01/2019 15:05

Pack of 4 for £2 in Tesco


These are egg custard buns, they're not the same thing
Gollywood31/01/2019 15:00

I really like what Lidl are doing with their bakery products...but no way …I really like what Lidl are doing with their bakery products...but no way I can bring myself to buy when I see customers/their kids just touching every item before deciding which one to buy or just walking away.


they should do waht they do in mainland europe: the big paddles that knock your chosen bread product down the slide; so you can't touch it till you'v knocked it out. its a bit crystal maze
Delicious!
lastjunkie11 m ago

they should do waht they do in mainland europe: the big paddles that knock …they should do waht they do in mainland europe: the big paddles that knock your chosen bread product down the slide; so you can't touch it till you'v knocked it out. its a bit crystal maze


Yes seen that, also a good idea is when I was in Italy, in Lidl after the knocking down you bagged the product and then printed a label, that's not the good idea, but on that label the ingredients of the product were listed. Easier than asking for people with allergies etc, also just nice to know.
Edited by: "compadre" 31st Jan
lastjunkie24 m ago

they should do waht they do in mainland europe: the big paddles that knock …they should do waht they do in mainland europe: the big paddles that knock your chosen bread product down the slide; so you can't touch it till you'v knocked it out. its a bit crystal maze


Tried that in Greece last year. Broke a sweat trying to figure it out. I felt more like a rat in a maze than Crystal Maze!
In the Liverpool store. Love em
I had never heard of these before today, then read about them earlier
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and now on here. I am obviously taking this as a sign and will pick some up asap.
Creme egg syndrome
deleted156552031/01/2019 15:09

Yum Yum Yum they sell them in my local Lidl in Torquay too. If you ever …Yum Yum Yum they sell them in my local Lidl in Torquay too. If you ever find yourself in Lisbon, it is well worth visiting Pasteis de Belem https://pasteisdebelem.pt/en/ for the most incredible Portuguese egg custard tart you will ever eat. I tried to make them at home but ended up with burnt custard at the bottom of my oven


Bit of a queue when you get to the original bakery in Belem but definitely worth it!!
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TheCroz3 m ago

Bit of a queue when you get to the original bakery in Belem but definitely …Bit of a queue when you get to the original bakery in Belem but definitely worth it!!


So true!! I love it when they are just slightywarm too.
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There were plenty flying around the bakery area of my local lidl store when these were offered during the summer. Oh, and the reason why people use their hands is because the tongs are absolutely filthy, it's like they never get washed.

I wish Lidl would take their hygiene more seriously. Anyone from Lidl reading this, please take note and do something about it.
Nothing new but there good. They have been back for a couple months (think Halloween to be exact) and were posted at the time as back forever.
Awave12 m ago

There were plenty flying around the bakery area of my local lidl store …There were plenty flying around the bakery area of my local lidl store when these were offered during the summer. Oh, and the reason why people use their hands is because the tongs are absolutely filthy, it's like they never get washed. I wish Lidl would take their hygiene more seriously. Anyone from Lidl reading this, please take note and do something about it.


In Spain the bakery is little encased acrylic boxes and you use tongs in the box to move the bakery product to a hole kinda like a vending machine, wish they had it in the uk.

So Lidl copy the bakery in Ibiza (think it was and maybe other places)
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deleted156552031/01/2019 15:09

Yum Yum Yum they sell them in my local Lidl in Torquay too. If you ever …Yum Yum Yum they sell them in my local Lidl in Torquay too. If you ever find yourself in Lisbon, it is well worth visiting Pasteis de Belem https://pasteisdebelem.pt/en/ for the most incredible Portuguese egg custard tart you will ever eat. I tried to make them at home but ended up with burnt custard at the bottom of my oven


I’ve been there - amazing!
I’m from Torquay also
i love these
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sashahook23 m ago

I’ve been there - amazing! I’m from Torquay also


Wow! Haha small world isn’t it.
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Hi. Thanks for sharing. I just went to my local. The cashier was so engrossed in telling me how good these were, she never charged me for them!!!! Wish I had picked 4 now. (They were good!)
Awave15 h, 28 m ago

There were plenty flying around the bakery area of my local lidl store …There were plenty flying around the bakery area of my local lidl store when these were offered during the summer. Oh, and the reason why people use their hands is because the tongs are absolutely filthy, it's like they never get washed. I wish Lidl would take their hygiene more seriously. Anyone from Lidl reading this, please take note and do something about it.


You should go in an hour before they are closing that's when they are usually emptying all the plastic baskets of bakery stuff in a crate to be binned, all they do is empty the stuff out of each basket and then use a hand brush to clean each one which I don't think is very hygienic.
Other problem I have noticed is their is always a load of waste (At least at my local anyway):
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