The largest city in South America, Sao Paulo’s cuisine and art is as multinational as its diverse population of 10 million. With the restaurants of the Jardins district serving every food imaginable to diners from around the world, you wouldn’t be out of place going to Sao Paulo just for the dining. But you’d be missing out on world-class museums, diverse and vibrant neighborhood tours, and crazy-good shopping.
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4.5 based on 2 reviews
Absolutely Brazilian traditional cuisine! Well worth the 2.5 hour wait. Simply put a foodie paradise. Great traditional food with an amazing atmosphere and the chef made himself part of the experience by visiting with the loads of people waiting hours for s table. First rate!!! Thanks for a great time. I will return.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Better to arrive early since it seems the place is very popular. On a weekday, by 9 30 pm they were packed already. We sat by the sushi bar and had some assistance in english but we had to deal with most of the workers in portuguese so there were a couple of misunderstandings. Besides of that, everything was awesome. Truly high quality ingredients in all of their dishes, tasty sauces and cocktails, very decent wine and sake menu. We stood even for desserts and digestive. Totally recommend.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Went with office personnel for celebration. Service was very slow and not really attentive. Food is plentiful, some dishes (e.g. Thermidor) very good, others not really. Place to go if you look for big amounts of food, but not for nice night out in small group. Nice background music though by life band..
4.5 based on 543 reviews
The accolades this restaurant has received are well deserved. The food is high quality and delicious and offered in ample quantities. Trust me, you will not leave this place hungry. The restaurant is small and informal. The service is great and helpful. The choice of dishes seems inexhaustible. The ubiquitous picanha (Brazil's favorite cut of beef) is perfectly cooked, and so is the suckling pig. The accompaniments like farofa, rice, and palmitos are superb. Cold local beer helps you munch along. A good cachaza wraps it up. You'll walk out with doggy bags and fully satisfied - and deserving a good nap.
4.5 based on 898 reviews
Located very far from he city center, they were known for real Brazilian dishes, Northeast inspiration. Reservations are strongly recommended. You can do it online, it really works. The place itself it's not big, but it's beautiful. The food is great, and the staff service are so nice, so attentive that makes the whole experience very unique. At the end of your meal, you can also buy and bring home fresh breads as well as artisan beer/wine. I do recommend it, I would certainly come back!
4.5 based on 485 reviews
I travel for work to many places and never liked restaurants inside hotels, but Taste It was an excellent surprise - great food, great atmosphere and great people. The filet mignon with hearts of palm is amazing; the server (Cynthia Tavares) was very helpful and friendly. I will certainly go back there more times when I come back to Sao Paulo.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
For lunch on a local holiday. Nice place, I ate grilled shrimp, very nice. I ordered a Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand, they did not have it!! Nevertheless, the service was excellent, the hot coconut dessert is an absolute must!!! They offer live music, totally dispensable. Still worth the trip.
5 based on 138 reviews
Atendimento muito simpático e eficiente, local super bacana e bem decorado! Os lanches são uma delícia, batatas fritas sequinhas e bem gostosas! Preço justo pela qualidade do que é servido!
4.5 based on 869 reviews
Commanded by restaurateur Ricardo Trevisani, the Ristorantino is dedicated to high Italian cuisine and is designed as a unique place in warm atmosphere, which seeks impeccable service. Natural lighting and plants welcome the customer, providing an elegant and inviting aura. The house of 70 seats is divided into three rooms: the ground floor, mezzanine and outdoor Terrace. In the lounge, guests are welcomed and cared masterfully directly by maitres and their direct reports. The menu, composed of antipasti, pasta, risottos, fish and meat, stand out recipes made with genuine ingredients, some of them brought directly from Italy, giving priority to organic. The wine cellar with over 120 labels, favors the old world wines and presents some options of biodynamic wines. The client is privileged at the table with outfit brought from Germany; from cups, plates and cutlery to towels and napkins. At lunch, the Ristorantino offers the “Mezzogiorno Menu”, with exclusive options from Monday to Friday.
I love this resturant, you can not go wrong at all, you can choose anything on the menu and you will eat very well!
It ins't a cheap place, but is not an ordinary place too, so if you are in São Paulo and want to eat well go for it.
Its classical and style.
4.5 based on 209 reviews
It's good to point out ive been trying a lot of botecos around SP over the last few years and this place would be in the top two in São Paulo for me. Absolutely Delicious homemade food, fantastic service, iceeeee cold beer and the managers/owners Didi and Xicinhno are such attentive and warm people . You always receive a great reception from the minute you park your car .You are guaranteed to leave with a full belly and a big smile on your face. All for a fair price. I can't recommend this place highly enough.
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