- Restaurant Week runs until April 31st. In São Paulo, more than 130 restaurants offer discounts on dishes during the festival; 14 other cities also participate
Those who like to try good dishes and save money can take advantage of Brasil Restaurante Week. Between March 31 and April 30, the gastronomic festival will have a menu with special prices in more than 15 Brazilian cities to move homes in a period of low consumption by customers.
In São Paulo, more than 130 restaurants participate in the initiative. And, to help you take advantage of this opportunity, the E-Investor listed 15 restaurants in the capital of São Paulo that are among the festival’s options. Check out:
Vegetarian restaurant, Banana Verde is located in Vila Madalena. One of the options is the pumpkin quibe with quinoa and lentils stuffed with mushrooms, spinach and chestnut cream (R$ 74.90). Starter and dessert accompany the dish.
Address: R. Harmonia, 278, Vila Madalena.
Bistro Faria Lima
Led by chef João Neto, Bistrô Faria Lima presents modern dishes with a French touch. On the lunch menu, the order can be the purple potato gnocchi with dill sauce (R$ 49.90) and, for dinner, the grilled salmon, shrimp bobó, coconut rice and roasted pumpkin (R$ 64.90). ). Starter and dessert accompany the dishes.
Address: Av. Faria Lima, 4150, Vila Nova Conceição.
A classic restaurant, next to Parque Augusta, with several options of Italian cuisine. One of the options for lunch is the Talharim with Calabresa sauce (R$ 49.90). For dinner, one of the dishes available is Polenta with ossobuco (64.90). Starter and dessert accompany the dishes.
Address: R. Augusta, 379, Consolação.
Café Journal specializes in contemporary cuisine. The Ravioli de Abobora & Fonduta de Pamersão (R$ 59.90), made with artisanal pasta stuffed with Cabotiã pumpkin cream and almonds, is one of the dishes available in the Restaurants Week selection. For dinner, one of the options is the Shrimp Ravioli with Limone Sauce (R$74.90). Starter and dessert accompany the dishes.
Address: Al. dos Anapurus, 1121, Moema.
Cao Veio – Tatuapé
A mix of bar and pub, the dishes at Cão Veio are signed by Henrique Fogaça, a judge on the TV show MasterChef. One of the options is Fumaça, a rib sandwich cooked at low temperature (R$ 64.90). Starter and dessert accompany the dish.
Address: R. Itapura, 1534, Tatuapé.
The Italian restaurant has in its lunch menu the Pork Filet Mignon with Dijon Mustard Sauce, served with Red Potatoes and Rice (R$ 59.90). For dinner, one option is the Gnocchi au Sugo with Roasted Beef in Madeira Sauce (R$74.90). Starter and dessert accompany the dishes.
Address: R.Dr. Cesar, 944, Santana.
The restaurant has dishes influenced by Uruguayan and Argentine cuisine, such as Bife de chorizo with Moroccan couscous in sweet and sour sauce (R$109), one of the options on the dinner menu. At lunch, the order can be the Mushroom Risotto (R$ 79). Starter and dessert accompany the dishes.
Address: R. Alves Guimarães, 153, Pinheiros.
La Pergoletta – Tatuapé
La Pergoletta is yet another Italian restaurant on our list. On the lunch menu, one option is the Luna Siciliana with shrimp, sweet grape tomato and arugula (R$49.90). Starter and dessert accompany the dish.
Address: R. Itapura, 1478, Tatuapé.
Mangai is a Brazilian cuisine restaurant, especially from the Northeast. One of the options on the dinner menu is carne de sol in bottled butter with fettuccine in cream and banana flour with chestnuts (R$ 74.90). Starter and dessert accompany the dish.
Address: Av. Brigadier Faria Lima, 3167, Itaim Bibi.
Mr. Mills Burger
Mr. Mills Burguer is one of the hamburgers participating in the festival (all have a fixed price of R$39). For vegetarians, a request at Mr. Mills is the One combo, with a vegetarian blend of green banana biomass. Starter accompanies the hamburger.
Address: R. Abilio Soares, 165, Paraíso.
Paellas Pep is a Spanish cuisine restaurant. The main course has the same name as the house: Paella del Pepe (R$ 64.90). It is all-you-can-eat and is a family recipe, made with lots of seafood, vegetables, chicken and Spanish seasonings. Starter and dessert accompany the dish.
Address: R. Bom Pastor, 1660, Ipiranga.
The house is commanded by chef Pedro Mattos, who performs classics of Italian cuisine. On the lunch menu, one of the options is the Golden Gnocchi in Butter with Mushrooms (R$59.90). Starter and dessert accompany the dish.
Address: Al. Jaú, 1372, Gardens.
Led by chef Lucas Caruezo, this little piece of Trancoso in São Paulo, opened in 2021, brings “the cuisine of the sea” on the menu. One of the options on the lunch menu is the “pasta al Mar”, a fettuccine pasta with pieces of octopus, shrimp and mussels in tomato sauce (R$ 79). For dinner, the order can be the Paella Al Mar Negro, made with black rice, octopus, mussels and spices (R$ 109). Starter and dessert accompany the dishes.
R. dos Coropés, 57, Pinheiros.
With a rustic-chic lounge, Rubayat Faria Lima serves Mediterranean cuisine. One order for dinner is the Medallion in Madeira sauce with mashed potatoes (R$139). Starter and dessert accompany the dish.
Address: Av. Brigadier Faria Lima, 2954, Jardim Paulistano.
The artisanal hamburger has the Angus blend sandwich, with Blue cheese and arugula (R$39.90). Entrance accompanies.
Address: R. Padre Carvalho, 18, Pinheiros.
The complete list of restaurants and dishes can be consulted through the event’s website (restaurantweek.com.br) and reservations are required in advance.