Small patisserie but full of happy surprises. Do not miss their pillow cakes, sweet almond filling in heavenly pastry. Very friendly, nice place- do not miss...
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A young woman wearing the yellow "information" t-shirt for Sintra told me about Piriquita when I asked about coffee shops. Her colleague chimed in right away. "It's a local treat!" Boy, were they right! Go in. Sit down. The wait staff is gracious and speedy....More
This tavern was strongly recommended by a friend and we tried the original local pastries queijadas and travesseiros. After a long hike uphill to the Pena Park & castle and the Mouros we enjoyed our little spoils with the sun on our head and an...More
The original bakery Is just down the hill and was packed so we went up to the second store which sells the same pastry. Try the original pastries, Queijadas and Travesseiros. The original recipe is great or you can get a Nutella version.
Great Portuguese pastries to stay or take away. Our cappuccinos were delicious with chocolate on top and we tasted nata, quesadilla, and "pillows". Highly recommend for families looking to take a break from touring and enjoy something local!!!
Recommended by taxi man who knows his way around. We had travesseiros da piriquita, a local cake delicacy. Superb. 3 cakes, 4 coffees for €8 including €1 tax. Unbeatable quality and value. A great way to finish up after climbing around the Pena and Moorish...More
Founded in the 19th century (1850), the pastries became a favorite of King Carlos I. Piriquita was the nickname he gave to the wife of the owner. 160 years later the pastries are still pleasing visitors from all over the world who come to visit...More