First Look: Casa Nata Heads South Side With Its Ooey-Gooey Portuguese Tarts
The Thornbury bakery – which makes nothing but delicate, moreish pastéis de nata – has opened a second spot, where you can watch the behind-the-scenes process under a giant neon tart.
Thornbury’s Casa Nata has one speciality: crunchy, gooey pastéis de nata, or Portuguese tarts.
Co-owner Nelson Coutinho grew up in Hong Kong in the ’90s, and his Portuguese tart story draws from weekend family trips to Macau.
First Look: Casa Nata, a Dedicated House of Portuguese Tarts, Opens in Thornbury
Watch your pastéis de nata be made, then eat them fresh from the oven – flaky, silky and with a touch of cinnamon.
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Coming Soon: A Dedicated Portuguese Tart Store for Thornbury
At Casa Nata, 10 seconds can be the difference between a good tart and the bin.
Casa Nata x Summer Night Market
Ahead of opening a permanent store in Thornbury in December, Melbourne’s first dedicated Portuguese tart shop is popping up at the Queen Vic Market.
Casa Nata | Windsor
Casa Nata is the undisputed home of the Portuguese tart in Melbourne. Since opening their Thornbury-based operation they’ve curated a devoted base of tart enthusiasts from all over Melbourne who make the pilgrimage to High Street to sample the top-pedigree creamy custard and crispy tarts.
A temple of proper Portuguese tarts has opened in Thornbury.
If anyone’s embracing the idea of doing one thing and doing it well, it’s the duo behind Thornbury’s Casa Nata.
Portuguese tarts are the stars at this new Melbourne bakery
From visiting Portugal to making the tarts hundreds of times, Casa Nata’s team has gone to great effort to master the burnt custard pastry.