Indaiatuba is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. It is part of the Metropolitan Region of Campinas. The population is 235,367 (2016 est.) in an area of 311.55 km². The elevation is 624 m. The city's name derives from the Tupi language. It is an important city in one of Brazil's main industrial regions.
Things to do in Indaiatuba
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Everybody told me that I couldn't leave Brazil before tested Pezao, so we decided to spend an evening with some colleagues and the result was not so bad.
We ordered a big plate of fried fishes, some beers and caipirinhas, nothing special I would say, everything was perfect: the place is quite "tipical" but for informal dinner is perfect.
4.5 based on 414 reviews
Large restaurant in the Industrial District in Indaiatuba offering unlimited de-boned ribs and chicken cooked on a barbecue. There is an extensive salad buffet and a limited choice of hot dishes (rice, beans, chips, fried polenta). Everything is nicely presented, well prepared, flavoursome food! Service is efficient and friendly. It is not cheap - a meal for 3 including soft drinks set us back R$150 but still, it is worth visiting at least once! Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 298 reviews
we choose the all you can eat menu. everyone chooses what they want and they bring the small individual portions to the table. the foos was a good surprise.
everything was fresh, tasty qnd well done.
the service was ok.
the place is really noise and wnhen the restaurant was half full was hard to conduct a conversation.
as many said, it is expensive. drinking sodas was about $40 US /person.
and aftaer you need to pay $5 to park your car in a empty land next to the restaurant...not good
4.5 based on 238 reviews
Had supper with 11 colleagues from the US and here locally. Menu has great variety and in English for those who need. Staff was attentive and atmosphere was very pleasant. Had the ancho beef with blue cheese and wow, it was great.
4.5 based on 528 reviews
When we star a review, in my opinion, it's common to compare with other place. In this case I'll make a comparison with Alemao's Bar at Itu, the best parmegiana I have been eaten. Regarding the price, Caipirao is cheaper than Alemao's, in this case half price! The quality is other thing, because the Alemao's is a little bit better than Caipirao. The flavor is different, I believe the sauce is the secret, but the meal is very good for both. For parking area, Caipirao is very easy to find a place than Alemao's, once the restaurant is located at Itu downtown. The place, itself, is very clear at Caipirao, a little bit different from Alemao's that is dark, in my opinion.
The tables are clear and a good space between the them at Caipirao, you don't have a tight sensation as Alemao's.
4 based on 376 reviews
I chose the sole with passion fruit because it sounded different. Very good, although a little sweet but should be expected. Great service and quite a few separate Seating areas. Portion sizes are large so go hungry.
4.5 based on 562 reviews
They could be better if they change sometimes the menu, specially the self-service. Apart of it, the food is amazingly tasteful and the ambient and staff are very nice.
4.5 based on 216 reviews
Probably one of the best around. We took the suggestion of Tripadvisor and we went testing this bistro. Actually it does not look like much to a traditional bistro, but the service is good, the accommodations were correct. It has three rooms - we stayed in the "outside" area, although it is not outdoors. Tasted the weekend menu of R$79.00 (starter, main course and dessert) are my wife one fish la carte. All very nice, with impeccable presentations and taste great. As my wife does not drink, I ordered a wine by the glass - they didn't have - and had to take an awful Chardonnay bottle of plane that did not live up to the plate. resuming, we love it. The owner also is very friendly.
4.5 based on 189 reviews
I visited this restaurant twice, once at lunchtime and another time for dinner. The place offers indoor and outdoor Seating, both decorated in minimalist style. At lunchtime the restaurant caters mainly for professionals who enjoy the sushi buffet. At dinner the place is ideal for those wanting a romantic setting or space for quiet conversation. The food is freshly cooked and at times quite inventive. Service is friendly but sometimes slow and lacking detail. Recommended.
4 based on 253 reviews
Good food, service and reasonable prices. Can get overcrowded sometimes, but the functions keep up nicely. Lots of businessmen during the week, foreigners included.
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