São Paulo Restaurants

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  • 1. Figueira (Churrascaria)

    One of the most celebrated restaurants in São Paulo, A Figueira Rubaiyat gets its interesting name from the tropical fig tree that dominates the exterior dining room (figueira) and from the 11th...

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  • 2. Street food, per kilo, general, recipes....

    If it's Wednesday and you're in Sao Paulo you can bet that feijoada will be on the menu. They say that life in Sao Paulo is so unpredictable that they need to something to depend on and therefor...

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  • 3. Jardineira Grill (Churrascaria)

    Jardeneira offers buffet but features Brazilian BBQ. The meats are well cooked. I personally love the lamb chops. You get a variety of desserts and side dishes from waiters moving around. The actual...

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  • 4. Famiglia Mancini (Italian)

    To describe this restaurant isn’t easy…I’ve known Famiglia Mancini for long time and the experience is always the same: great! It’s a family tradition to the Paulistanos to go to Famiglia Mancini on...

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  • 5. Vento Haragano (Churrascaria)

    This is a traditional BBQ restaurant in Sao Paulo. They will send a mini bus to pick you up from your hotel. For R$48 you can eat all the meat and salad you wish. But beware the salad bar is very...

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  • 6. Mariachi (Mexican)

    Well...what makes it so special is that I AM THE OWNER OF THE PLACE... LOL ! But, hey , wait... I can describe it objectively and know what people think from their feedback. There aren't too many...

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  • 7. Terraco Italia

    Maybe better categorized under "must see activitites", this sophisticated restaurant serves good food, but the main reason to come here is its location. Based near the centre of Sao Paolo on the 41st...

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  • 8. Galeria dos Paes (Bakery)

    Open 24 hours, Galeria dos Pães is a Bakery in Jardins that serves meals or snacks. It makes a perfect stop any time of the day or night for anyone visiting the neighbourhood. Known for its breakfast,...

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  • 9. Asparagus (Veggie)

    This place has a good and a varied Salad Bar, this in a town famed for its salad bars. Fixed Price. You serve yourself from the buffet, various vegetarian dishes, all needless to say with a brasilian...

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  • 10. Montana Grill (Churrascaria)

    It is an 'All You Can Eat' restaurant and the prices are reasonable. They have a fixed price in which the side orders like fries, rice, onion rings etc. and a salad bar with great choices included....

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  • 11. Compadre (Brazilian)

    Typical country decoration, music and food. Great variety of dishes from salad to barbecue and home-made desserts. Pumpkim is slightly sweet by nature and mixed with salty jerked meet creates a...

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  • 12. Nakombi (Japanese)

    There are a lot of japanese restaurants in Sao Paulo, but this one is really good! I love the ambiance, with a little river in the middle of the place, with fishes and a lot of plants. The people who...

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  • 13. Tordesilhas (Brazilian)

    You can enjoy brazilian pepper and try the course-menu to taste various typical food. Desserts are very good, I like the Tapioca (Manioc based) Pudding and Cupuaçu (typical fruit usual at North...

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  • 14. Almanara (Lebanese)

    The Almanara is a restaurant with all kinds of typical Middle Eastern food. It is a tradition in Sao Paulo since 1950. Lebanese immigrants arrived in Sao Paulo at the end of the XIX century, bringing...

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  • 15. Pizza Veridiana (Italian)

    *****Sort of a split-level interior, lots of wood and greenery and a fireplace in one corner which will come in reeeeally handy if you go there on a chilly autumn or winter evening...You'll likely...

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  • 16. Cafe Girondino (Brazilian)

    Café Girondino is perhaps the only decent dining option in the São Bento area. It is located on Largo São Bento, across from the Basilica, and is a great place to stop for coffee and a snack, or for...

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  • 17. Benjamin Abrahao (Bakery)

    Benjamin Abrahão's 'O Mundo dos Pães' (The world of the breads) This is simply the best bakery and pastry in the country! I don't recall eating better bread or anything ... everytime someone goes to...

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  • 18. Bistro' Charlo' (French)

    Dear all, I entirely disagree with the previous description of the restaurant, mainly regarding the service quality. Although the dishes are somehow tasty, the service is awful. I have been to...

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  • 19. Bargaco (Bahian)

    Sao Paulo is know by his large variety of restaurants. You will find cuisine for all the world, and regional food. The most famous, is the 'Rodizio', barbecue restaurants, with several kinds of beef...

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  • 20. Bourbon Cafe

    The smell of curry from the shop opposite called Curry Spice pervades the air. A middle aged, kindly arab looking woman prepares the coffee with affection and it tasted good. There is a small food...

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  • 21. La Caballeriza (Argentinian)

    This restaurant was located right next door to my hotel and was where I ate my first night in Sao Paulo. The restaurant is located inside an old home and been redecorated in a rustic style. There are...

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  • 22. Buffalo grill (Churrascaria)

    Bufalo Grill. I know there's better, I just haven't had it...yet! Until then this modest tradicional churrasco will suffice as my favorite and first experience with 'death by beef'. Kinda like 'death...

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  • 23. El Kabong (Mexican)

    Sooner or later you will find out that Brazilians are not the slightest crazy about Mexican food. Unlike the US, where Chilliýs branches pop in front of you before you can say tortilla, you will have...

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  • 24. Z Deli (Yiddish)

    You can never please a Yiddish mama, especially when it comes to food. You either never have enough food (you look so thin, have you been eating at all???) or you don't have quality food, in other...

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  • 25. Alpha grill (Churrascaria)

    “all-you-can-eat” restaurants, where waiters shuttle around the tables, serving different cuts of meat, caipirinha and coconut milk carts, nice buffets. Both light and normal rodizio!! Like eating...

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