Lisbon Stories :: ISCO

ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic
ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic ISCO | Photography by Sanda Vuckovic

I started hearing stories about Paulo more than a year and a half ago, Portuguese boy who came from Sweden and is rocking “bread scene” in Lisbon. Of course I got curious, so …

Interesting thing is that Paulo is IT engineer as well, and he started making bread at home and then he wanted more.. so he worked in local bakery for weekends with aim to learn.
After his daughter was born, he took a time off to think about what to do next, and as usual that resulted in quitting regular job. He started working full time in one of the best bakeries in Stockholm. Not to say he didn’t regret his decision, he was on a place he was stimulate to use creativity and do new things.
Two years ago he was invited to come to Portugal and he packed his bags and came back to his native country with family. And as in every story, things have to get complicate a bit, but at the end ISCO was born.

I have to admit I am there at least once a week, to eat pastry, drink coffee and bring some fresh bread home. Bakery is placed in one of my favorite neighbourhoods in Lisbon, so I have perfect excuse to go there and have a walk or go to cinema.

ISCO Padaria
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thur,Fri: 10-19
Sat: 09-18
Rua José D’Esaguy 10D

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