Traditional & Feijoada Restaurants
Feijoada da Lana
Feijoada a speciality and served daily. Pork pieces like sausage, foot, rib and tail come in different pans; guests take only what they like. Rua Aspicuelta, 421, Vila Madalena.
Cafe and restaurant in the heart of Sao Paulo, open 24 hours a day, 6 days per week, closed on Mondays. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner - 24 hours a day. Rua Haddock Lobo, 1240 Jardins. (Next to the Renaissance Hotel)
Colher de Pau
Restaurant chain from Fortaleza serving traditional plates and some not so traditional, moqueca de peixe (fish stew) and carne-de-sol (beef fried in onion). Open 12:00-15:30 and 19:00-00:00. Sunday, lunch only. R. Dr. Mario Ferraz 563, Itaim Bibi.
Restaurant serving cuisine from Goias, a Brazilian State in the center of the country. Rua Rocha, 112, Bela Vista.
Balneario das Pedras
Contemporary Brazilian cuisine, outdoor candle lit wooden terrace. Rua Lisboa, 191, Pinheiros.
The chef prepares typical Brazilian farmhouse cooking. Buffet for lunch, feijao tropeiro, file de tilapia with a prawn sauce. Open 11:30-15:00 and 18:00-23:00 Saturday and Sunday 12:00-17:00. R. Antonio Bicudo, 25, Pinheiros.
Guanabara Sao Joao
Restaurant is decorated in the style of the central region of Brazil and this is also reflected in the menu. Open 07:00-22:00 Saturday until 16:00. Closed Saturday and Sunday. Av. Sao Joao, 128, Centro.
Mushroom pastels, duck, toasted octopus with green asparagus sauce are just some of the dishes served at Julia Gastonomia, R. Aracari, 200, Itaim Bibi. Monday, lunch only. Tuesday to Friday 12:00-15:00 and 20:00-00:00, Saturday 20:00-00:00.
Ilha das Flores
Traditional Brazilian cuisine with a feijoada on Saturdays and pasta selections on Sundays. R. dos Curumins, 5, Cidade Jardim. Monday to Saturday 11:30-01:00, Sunday 11:30-23:00.