We visited at lunch time and it was very quite. Service was attentive at times but sometimes slow. Food was good quality, in particular the apple pie to share!
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Nestled on the grounds of the Penha Longa Resort in Sintra, this is the other Sergi restaurant (the first being the Lab). The tapas here are wonderful and the wine list is incredibly impressive! The service and sommeliers were so attentive and the food was utterly delicious. We went for a 'light' meal and left very satisfied. We got the... More
we stayed at the penha longa resort and dined here.The service was excellent and so was the food. They even have a little kid's corner.
We enjoyed the variety of the tapas, and there were good options for both the beef eaters as well as the pescitarians in our group.
First the location - straight on the middle of Sintra Natural Park, the soroundings are very beautiful. The restaurant is very open and fits quite well on the space. Service very good and friendly. The Tapas are excelent and a great choice for sharing. Good wine list. It is a bit pricey but worth it.
Everything is in its place, and the different white tones make a terrific contrast with the green outdoors. Excellent space and decor. The food, well, is all about tapas. With a twist. The Porco Ibérico is amazing, so as the Robalo in Leche de Tigre. The standard was set real high with this two. The Croquetes with a Catalan cheese... More
Their take on patatas bravas is truly spectacular, as was all the food we tried. Our waiter Diogo was masterful, and we felt extremely welcomed and charmed by the lovely hostess Danya. Lovely grounds as well.
Great tapas and stunning wine list. We've eaten here four times in total - the last time we had a party of 14 and they accommodated us no problem with a set tasting menu. The patats bravas have to be tried - amazing Portuguese take on an old Spanish dish.
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