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.
the best place to experiment fish and sea food dishes in the city.
Elegant and sober (despite being located in a flat), guests are
received in the top floor, where oysters produced by the restaurant's
owners are served.
R. Haddock Lobo, 807 55 (11) 3061-2859 Mon. to thu.: 12h to 3pm and 6pm to 0h. Fri.: 12h to 3pm and 6pm to 1am. Sun.: 12h to 4h30pm and 7pm to 11pm.
A simple restaurant, is the most interesting address that serves
Espírito Santo's (a State of Brazil) cuisine in the city.
Squid, shrimp, oyster and fish are there prepared with ingredients
supplied by the owner's family.
Al. dos Jurupis, 813 55 (11) 5055-0238 Mon.: 12h to 3pm and 6pm to 11pm. Tue. to fri.: 12h to 3pm and 6pm to 0h. Sat.: 12h to 0h. Sun.: 12h to 6pm.
Perdizes Seafood $$
Simple restaurant serves grilled meats and fishes. The options include
traditional ways of preparing meat and Portuguese fryed alheiras.
Baked fishes are the house specialty.
R. Cardoso de Almeida, 770 55 (11) 3871-5533 Tue to thu.:12am to 3:30pm and 6pm to11pm. Fri.:12am to 3:30pm and 6pm to 12pm. Sat.:12am to 5pm and 7pm to 12pm. Sun.:12am to 5pm.
Bela Vista Seafood $$$
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.