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- 98%Local Culture
- 74%Business Travelers
- 62%Family Travelers
Member Reviews (5)
- TordesilhasMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesGreen Travelers+ 2Mar 06, 2014
Sitting at the top of most people’s list for casual regional Brazilian, Chef Mara Salles offers a meaty menu of specialties from around Brazil, such as pato no tucupi (duck in tucupi manioc broth from the Amazon), barreado (a beef stew served in a clay pot from Paraná), moqueca (seafood stew) in both Bahia and Espírito Santo styles, jerked beef from the Sertão – on and on it goes. Once a month, she churns out tacacá, a soup made from jambu (an mouth-numbing indigenous herb), tucupi and dried shrimp, on the sidewalk in an event known as Tacacá no Tiete. Save room for dessert! She does a delectable tapioca pudding served with coconut milk custard and exotic Amazonian ice creams (açaí, cupuaçu and tapioca).
- TordesilhasMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3First to ReviewNov 16, 2013
Tordesilhas makes classic Brazilian food and it's delicious. They use specially ingredients from the North and the Amazon, which are mostly uncommon to find in São Paulo, in very traditional recipes. If you want to have a real taste of Brazilian food, in a gourmet version, you have to come here.