São Paulo is the city which has more restaurants in the whole world, what means lot of options for you. Here you can find from cozy little bistros to expensive posh places. And, of course, do not forget to prove our tradicional 'feijoada'. But if you prefere something more familiar, you can dinner in one of the our many restaurants of International cuisine.
One of the
first restaurant serving seafood in São paulo. The house still
keeps traditional dishes such as shrimp made in the moranga (kind of
R.: Treze de Maio, 626 55 (11) 3263-0135 Mon.:12am to 3pm and 7pm to 11:30pm. Tue. to thu.:12am to 3pm and 7pm to 12pm. Fri.:12am to 3pm and 7pm to 1am. Sat.:12am to 4pm and 7pm to 1am. Sun.:12am to 11pm.
time serves a popular buffet with salads and grilled. House specialty
is the salad cheeseburger, the milkshakes are also a good option.
Av. Cidade Jardim, 1085 55 (11) 3168-4516 Mon. to thu.: 11:30am to 4am. Fri. and sat.: 11:30am to 6am. Sun.: 11:30am to 2am.
Vila Mariana Japanese $$
with two saloons, one with sushi-bar and other with a bar of grilled
fishes, meat and vegetables.
R. Dr. Rafael de Barros, 163 55 (11) 3285-6250 Mon. to sat.: 11:30am to 2:30pm and 7pm to 11:30pm.
Bela Vista Japanese $$
It is one
of the few Japanese restaurants in the city where the main attraction
is in the kitchen and in the sushi-bar. Its menu offers suggestions
not very known as chawan mushi (eggs cream with shrimp and mushrooms)
or zaru soba (special cold macaroni with shoyu sauce and raw quail's
R. São Carlos do Pinhal, 241 55 (11) 3289-4708 Mon. to fri.: 11:30am to 2pm and 6:30pm to 10:30pm. Sat.: 6pm to 10pm.
This restaurant works together with a bar where occurs musical
presentation. The menu has eccentrics combinations created by Rita
Lobo. Among the options there are the salmon sashimi, ostrich
hamburger and the pumpkin quiche with carne de sol (traditional
Brazilian way of preparing meat).
R. da Mata, 70 55 (11) 3079-0300 Mon. to fri.:12am to 4:30pm and 6:30pm to 1:30am. Sat.:7:30pm to 1am. Sun.:12am to 4:30pm.