Fábrica Da Nata is mostly a bakery where you can get fresh Pasteis De Nata or hot Portuguese custard tarts, coffee and other bakery items. It has a few marble wall counters/tables where you can stand and eat and plenty of to-go containers. The floor is tile and the walls have a tile scene opposite the counter where over which they post the menu and price options. They also sold sandwiches and salads in a counter out front but this place is all about the custard tarts. You enter by the person who is making the next batch of pies and then there is a long counter to order at. They will place your order on a tray and the counter/tables had containers of sugar and cinnamon if you wanted to add it to anything. But for me the pies were just the bill with a little cup of espresso. If you’ve never had them they look a little burnt on the top but trust me there is no taste of burned things – it is the result of proper cooking and the flavor is excellent. These tarts had a nice flakey buttery crust and a looser custard filling than others. It was a perfect blend of goodness. The filling was enough but not so it spurted out or didn’t fill the crust. The coffee was nice and these were my favorite of all the tarts we sampled.