What do you get at Porto’s Bakery?

Porto’s, famous for both sweet and savory Cuban food, has two greatest hits: guava-and-cheese strudels and picadillo-filled potato balls. These strudels are perfect: flaky and airy and fruity and sweet, but not too sweet.

What type of food does Portos have?


  • Mariquitas (Plantain Chips)
  • Ham and Cheese Omelette Sandwich.
  • Cubano (Cuban Sandwich)
  • Medianoche (Midnight Sandwich)
  • Turkey and Cheese Croissant Sandwich.
  • Ham and Cheese Croissant Sandwich.
  • Plato de Pollo (Grilled Citrus Chicken Breast)
  • Ropa Vieja Plato (Cuban-style Stewed Beef)

What does Porto’s Bakery pay?

Porto’s Bakery Salaries

Job Title Salary
Associate salaries – 2 salaries reported $16/hr
Cashier salaries – 2 salaries reported $14/hr
Cashier salaries – 1 salaries reported $13/hr
Cashier/Server salaries – 1 salaries reported $15/hr

Over its 46-year history in Los Angeles, the Cuban bakery has earned a reputation for serving addictive – and dirt cheap – sweet and savory baked goods. Porto’s expansion to Orange County, and next year to West Covina, comes as Cuba has seized a moment in the pop culture zeitgeist.

How much is a carrot cake at Porto’s?

Price: $3.35 each.

Can I order online from Porto’s?

Online Ordering & Walk-In Now Available.

Is Porto’s only in California?

At its four locations in Burbank, Glendale, Downey, and Buena Park, Porto’s Bakery & Café serves over 6 million customers a year. That number is set to grow with the debut of the bakery’s fifth location in West Covina, California.

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How long does Porto’s bake at home last?

We recommend that cakes are kept tightly sealed in the refrigerator until enjoyed and stored for no more than 24 hours.

What food is Porto famous for?

5 foods to try in Porto

  • Queijo da Serra da Estrela. This runny mountain cheese is made from sheep’s milk. …
  • Francesinha. This local dish is a beast of a ham and steak sandwich baked with cheese on top. …
  • Sandes de pernil. …
  • Aletria. …
  • Bacalhau.
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