Old and small typical bakery of local cakes and desserts. You have to try the travesseiros and queijadas with a nice coffee! Absolutely addictive!!
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An authentic family run café operating from a small shopfront out of the mainstream. We enjoyed expresso coffee as we like it and a delicious home made tart (not Portuguese) in a quaint setting with clean toilet facilities and friendly attentive service from the proprietor.
A very cosy and adorable cafe, with a very friendly service (albeit busy). We had gone to Legendary Cafe down the road and had to leave as it was so dirty, and this was a welcomed surprise! The pasteis de nata were delicious!
The queijadas da Sapa are typical of Sintra and deserve, in my opinion, to be as famous as Lisbon's pastéis de nata. This quaint bakery and tea room makes and serves the original. Even though it is situated on the street that connect Sintra's train...More
Best Queijadas de Sintra yu must try it when visiting Sintra. I would recommend to get some for take away as well as they are just perfect. Now I'm in the UK and trying to order from somewhere but I'm worried that they will not...More
You cannot miss the place if you are walking from the train station to the city centre. Original recipe of the queijada da Sapa, delicious little tarts made from cheese, almond and cinnamon.