I’ve received a couple of inquiries about restaurants in São Paulo. My visit to Sao Paulo was short, but I did my research and have asked some friends whom their taste I trust about restaurant recommendations (THANK YOU, you know who you are! xx).. So here’s the list with no specific order:
- Dom (#5 in the world)
- AK Bistro
- Fogo de Chao (Churrascaria, Brazilian Meat)
- Churrascaria Vento Haragano
- Figueira Rubaiyat (Upscale, must see!)
- Unique Hotel (Dinner with a view of the city)
- Brasil a Gosto (Contemporary Brazilian)
- Dui Cochi (Italian, and Mediterranean)
- Dalva e Dito
- Zucco (Upscale Italian)
- Geiko San (Sushi)
- Mori Sushi (Sushi)
- Marakuthai (Thai, Asian fusion)
- P.J. ClarKe’s (American, burgers)
- Vipiteno (Coffee, dessert, icecream)
I will be sure to update this list as soon as I have, hear or read about more.
In the meantime, enjoy!!!
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