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  • 21

    The Fifties Traditional Burger

    4
    8 reviews

    Great fresh fruit juices; Good smoothies, shakes and deserts; ok burguers/sandwiches; bad fries, very small portions, the cheddar topping is quite awful; terrible onion rings. Slow service. Expensive if considered the quality.

    Popular withTrendstersVegetarian
  • 22

    Santo Grão

    5
    5 reviews

    One of the best places in São Paulo to taste coffees from many Brazillian regions. The food is also awesome. Take the Hario x Aeropress degustation, it is the must!

  • 23

    Skye Restaurante & Bar

    3.5
    7 reviews

    On top of Hotel Unique, great drinks, beautiful people and probably the bar with the best view of the city.

  • 24

    Restaurante Spot

    4.5
    5 reviews
    Popular withTrendsters
  • 25

    Tordesilhas

    4
    5 reviews

    Authentic Brazilian cuisine! Lots of yummy food and dessert.

    Popular withLocalFoodiesBusiness
  • 26

    Jardineira Grill

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Probably the best Churrascaria I've ever been. Meat is fresh and cooked to perfection. The service is excellent.

    Popular withBusinessLocalFoodies
  • 27

    Brasil a Gosto

    5
    4 reviews

    The place is unpretentious but food is top. A good way to start is with a caipirinha cocktail, with big slices of cashew fruit instead of the traditional lime. Then move on to an appetizer platter of tapioca crisps with an accompanying creamy coconut-and-crab mix, a lollipop of grilled, cubed cheese known as queijo coalho drizzled with molasses and slices ...

  • 28

    El Guatón

    5
    4 reviews

    As a chilian I must say that it's a nice restaurant in São Paulo. You should try the empanadas, made every day, and also the homemade bread. They have a hot of thipical plates from all over Chili, but the empanadas are far away the best dish from the restaurant.

    Popular withBudgetFoodiesBackpackers
  • 29

    D.O.M.

    Chef Alex Atala’s now world-coveted foodie destination single-handedly resurrected and reinvented contemporary Brazilian cuisine from within, bucking the traditional trend that gourmet dining in Brazil means French or Italian and instead looking in the mirror for inspiration. The four-course ($145) or eight-course ($202) tasting menus are a journey through Brazil’s various ecosystems: Edible saúva ants, pupunha hearts of palm, cupuaçu ...

    Popular withTrendstersLuxuryWellness
  • 30

    O'Malley's

    3.5
    6 reviews

    Their Irish food dishes are disappointing. Just stick to the pub basics, tap beer.

  • 31

    Serafina

    4.5
    4 reviews

    my go to spot for a plate of pasta in sao paulo. prices are on the high side but the food is tasty. good bruschetta too

  • 32

    Ecco Restaurante

    4.5
    4 reviews

    I love this restaurant,the food is amazing not too bad the price,but theres often a big queue,be there a bit earlier.

  • 33

    Temakeria & Cia

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Temakeria is a japanese food chain that sells mostly temakis (sushi cones), but they also have a few sashimi and sushi options and a delicious ceviche that comes in a spring roll crust. Mostly crowded during business lunch hours.

    Popular withFoodiesBudgetBusiness
  • 34

    Mestico Restaurante Bar

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Mestiço is a delicious fusion restaurant, mixing thai and eastern cuisines with brazilian ingredients and recipes. The chicken baskets are the best entrées ever and the food, especially the fish, is awesome.

    Popular withFoodiesBusinessLuxury
  • 35

    Suplicy Café

    5
    3 reviews

    Great coffee. Mocha may be too sweet to some. They have freshly roasted coffee beans to go, grab yourself a bag.

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    Almanara

    5
    3 reviews

    Pintado na brasa is the best

    Popular withFoodiesNightlifeFamilies
  • 38

    Pomodori

    5
    3 reviews

    Jefferson Rueda and Rodrigo Martins don't have a cubic centimetre of Italian blood between them. Until recently they had never even visited the country. But none of that has stopped them creating a convincing replica of a fine ristorante in, say, Milan or Turin. Their food is a loving homage to quality cooking with the emphasis on northern Italy: ossobuco ...

  • 39

    Babbo Giovanni-Santana

    5
    3 reviews

    loved the Parma pizza!

    Popular withFamiliesFoodiesWellness
  • 40

    CAPIM SANTO

    4
    4 reviews

    Ambiente muito agradável. Comidas diferentes, curiosas e MUITO saborosas.

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