Good food, a fair price for what you are getting. We had shrimps, codfish and pork. Simple food, nothing fancy, but everything tasted like homemade meal.
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The Dom Pipas was recommended to us by our tour company, but although the service was ok, was let down by poor food. It appeared to be frequented by locals, which is usually a good sign. When we ordered, my wife and I asked if...More
Our hotel recommended this wonderful, authentic restaurant. When we arrived, we were made to feel right at home. It appeared that much of the clientele was local--a very good sign. The menu was huge, with dishes reflecting a classic Portugese cuisine as well as more...More
This is one of those family restaurants where it seems that only local people go and everyone knows the owners. The restaurant is very close to the railway station and to the bus stop of bus 403 to Cascais. Offers a variety of specialties (10-12€)...More
We've always had nice food and friendly service here. I go to Sintra quite regularly and usually eat here. It's a nice place.
This is clearly my favourite in Sintra. A beautiful, well run family business with good food, nice wines, friendly and very personal service and good value for money. Not a fancy gourmet temple, but a place where locals and tourists love to go, enjoy a...More
A family run cosy restaurant near the station. We were so comfortable with the atmosphere we went back a second night and we're made to feel like old friends. A large menu but some things do run out. Good home cooking, friendly service and reasonably...More
Per the recommendation of our driver, we ventured to Dom Pipas for a late dinner before heading back to Lisbon. The location was ideal (right behind the train station), food was authentic/delicious and the ambiance was lively and full of locals. Our server spoke just...More
A typical portuguese restaurant. We met a waiter called Mr. Saturnino. A portuguese waiter that made our dinner so funny and grateful. His recommendations were very helpful and delicious. We tasted a portuguese wine named Montalegre Classico that was really tasty. We enjoyed a lot...More