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.
it has a modern architecture and a well-trained staff. The menu
offers classic dishes and some news. The best of the restaurant is
the Portuguese traditional cuisine, with dishes as the baked lamb.
R. Bela Cintra, 2325 55 (11) 3891-0740 Mon. to thu.:12am to 3pm and 7pm to 1am. Fri.: 12am to 3:30pm e 7pm to 2am. Sat.: 12am to 2am. Sun.: 12am to 11:30pm.
Jardim Paulista Portuguese $$$
restaurant of Portuguese cookery, it is certainly the best of the
city. One of the rare places where the codfish never goes wrong (in
spite of being expensive, it is plenty served). The wines are
Al. Lorena, 1884 55 (11) 3082-3015 Mon.: 7pm to 1 am. Tue. to thu.: 12h to 3pm and 7pm to 1am. Fri.: 12h to 3pm and 7pm to 2am. Sat.: 12h to 2am. Sun.: 12h to 6pm.
cuisine in abundant dishes. Among the suggestions is the codfish with
typical sauce, onion and broad beans.
R. Vergueiro, 8333 55 (11) 6163-6502 Mon. and sun.: 11am to 5pm. Tue. to sat.: 11am to 12pm.
Girassol do Alentejo
Pinheiros Portuguese $$
Created by the Portuguese chef Paulo Mateus – that already got two stars in
the Michellin guide when worked in a restaurant in Germany –
the house serves Portuguese dishes. A good tip is the codfish with
potatoes and egg.
R. Girassol, 654 55 (11) 3814-7710 Tue. to thu.: 12am to 4pm and 7pm to 11pm. Fri. and sat.: 12am to 4pm and 7pm to 12pm. Sun.: 12am to 5pm.