The coconut pastries are delicious, the periquitas are good , it is a recommend place to stop by, pastel de nata is yummy
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This place is so good and so affordable. You must order the travesseiro. While we stayed in Lisbon, we made a day trip to Sintra. I read some reviews and stopped by Piriquita for treats. We had the travesseiro and immediately came back the next...More
Recommended by our tour guide as a must try - travesseiro - the pillow dessert. It is a bit too sweet for me but at least I completed by ritual of visiting sintra. the shop is busy with tourists and very loud.
Although still very good and def a must a lot has changed since old visits namely. No quality anymore but simply because this beautiful part of the world, including Piriquita has nowadays been over-run with Tourism. Locals rarely visit so the charm has gone, the...More
We like the pastry - travesseiro, it is really nice. The egg tart is just ok, it was offered cold, we prefer warm tart but they don’t offer heating.
Our tour guide recommended the Travesseiro here. There was a line as this place is a popular recommendation. I found the pastery on my visit to be wonderful. Give it a try. You probably won’t be disappointed. Note that this is otherwise just a busy...More
We went in for breakfast one day and it was pretty full. After queueing they told us to just sit down for table service. It took ages to get someone to the table and 20 minutes to get 2 coffee and 2 pastries. When they...More
This review is for Piriquita not Piriquita II. This is a nice cafe which has a take out and eat in section. Nice place, full house, service was ok. We had coffee, pastel da Nata and the sugar cinnamon roll. We really like this cute...More
Pastries in Portugal are different, much simpler and sweeter, than in the rest of Europe. It is an acquired taste. But if you are looking for typical pastries, you can't go wrong with Piriquita. Today was Saturday and you had to get a number 50...More
Stopped in for Pastry and coffee. Was wonderful. Get the Portuguese pillows and coffee. We loved it. took some back to the room. Ordered double espressos and the custard pastry. Very nice treat. warm and tasty. Not the expensive go for a Ginja in chocolate...More