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Restaurants
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.


Á Mineira  -  Website (pt)
Jardim Paulista   Brazilian   $    english-speaking attendants Spanish-speaking attendants American Express Diners Club MasterCard Visa
This restaurant chain, with six houses in Rio de Janeiro, has it's first in São Paulo set near Paulista Avenue reproducing a farm in it's front. The buffet includes cold and hot dishes, grilled meat and dessert.
Al. Joaquim Eugênio de Lima, 697
55 (11) 3283-2349
Mon. to wed.: 11:30am to 4pm and 6pm to 11pm. Thu. and fri.: 11:30am to 4pm and 6pm to 12am. Sat.: 11:30 am to 12pm. Sun.: 11:30am to 10pm.

Brasil a Gosto
Jardim Paulista   Brazilian   $$$    english-speaking attendants Spanish-speaking attendants American Express Diners Club MasterCard Visa handicap facilities
The restaurant modifies the traditional Brazilian cookery, with a modern ambient, serving dishes from all parts of the country and modernized adaptations, but suitable with the original recipes. The menu offers options as rice with duck and pequi (national fruit).
R. Prof. Azevedo de Amaral, 70
55 (11) 3086-3565
Tue. to fri.: 12h to 1h pm. Sun.: 12h to 6h pm. Does not open at Mondays.

Dona Lucinha  -  Website (pt)
Moema   Brazilian   $$    english-speaking attendants American Express Diners Club MasterCard handicap facilities
The restaurant serves two kinds of cuisine from Minas Gerais state in a buffet with over 35 options including desserts. The “fazenda”cuisine use fresh ingredients and the “tropeiro” cuisine is base on meats and dry products.
Av. Chibarás, 399
55 (11) 5051-2050
Mon. to fri.:12am to 3pm and 7pm to 11pm. Sat.:12am to 4pm and 7pm to 11pm. Sun.:12am to 5pm.

Feijoada da Bia
Barra Funda   Brazilian   $$    english-speaking attendants Spanish-speaking attendants
Located in a quiet street at Barra Funda's neighborhood, has delicate decoration, and chorinho (a Brazilian typical music) is played alive. The feijoada (Brazilian dish made with pork and black beans) served is well-cooked and for a fixed price the client can have another helping. Opened only on Saturdays.
R. Lopes Chaves, 105
55 (11) 3663-0433
Sat.: from 1pm

Soteropolitano
Pinheiros   Brazilian   $$$   
Serves typical dishes from Bahia in a simple and informal ambient. One of the suggestions is the shrimp moqueca (shrimp stew).
R.: Fidalga, 340
55 (11) 3034-4881
Tue. to thu.:8pm to 12pm. Fri.:12am to 3pm and 8pm to 12pm. Sat.:12am to 12pm. Sun.:12am to 8pm.

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