Traditional in the gastronomic field, the annual map that points out the most interesting restaurants in the world, the The World’s 50 Best Restaurantsreleased this past Monday (18) its selection for 2022. To the surprise, Brazil was a constant presence on the list (which extends to the 100th position).
Very well placed in the top 10 of global gastronomy, The House of the Pig, a São Paulo restaurant owned by chefs Jefferson Rueda and Janaina Rueda, was chosen for 7th place. The venture, which creates unusual dishes based on pork, drew attention with its relevance, but it was not the only one.
the carioca restaurant otequeby chef Alberto Landgraf, occupied the 47th position of the ’50 Best’ ranking, just ahead of the SUN., by chef Alex Atala, which was placed 53rd.
In addition to these, names like evvai, lasai and Mani were cited in the world’s list of the best restaurants. And for those who want to venture into haute cuisine, we went after the updated values of the six restaurants classified by the The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2022.
Check it out below:
7 – The House of the Pig
In 7th place, The House of the Pig follows the philosophy of chefs Janaína and Jefferson Rueda. With an eclectic menu, the restaurant in São Paulo revolves around the celebration of pork in all its forms. On the menu, the same thing happens.
Cheapest price to eat at A Casa do Porco:
Prohibited: Pancetta Crackling with Guava R$ 49
Main course: Zécutivo (pork rice Cup loin of free-range pork + rice + vinaigrette + organic pumpkin pickles) R$ 64
47th – Oteque
In the 47th position of the ’50 Best’ list, chef Alberto Landgraf’s restaurant, oteque, is located in Rio de Janeiro, and works on the tasting menu system, that is, without à la carte dishes. The menu is assembled according to the availability and seasonality of the ingredients, and may also vary in value. There are 8 steps in total (seven dishes, one of which is red meat and the eighth is a dessert) and the focus is on fish, seafood and vegetables.
Cheapest price to eat at Oteque:
Tasting menu (single value): R$ 690 (without drink and service)
53rd – SUN
SUN, a São Paulo restaurant by chef Alex Atala featuring a 10-step tasting menu and ranked 53rd on the list of the 100 best restaurants in the world. The menu includes seafood, meat and fish, with the freshest ingredients of the day, prepared on the spot, respecting the dietary restrictions of each one. The value is individual (per person).
Cheapest price to eat at DOM:
Tasting menu (single price): R$ 690 (without drink and service)
From chef Luiz Filipe Souza, evvai appears in the 67th position of the list. With only a tasting menu, which takes adaptations, the restaurant’s cuisine was nicknamed “oriundi”, an expression that represents the Italian base, but also the flavors of Brazil. The value is individual (per person).
Cheapest price to eat at Evvai:
Tasting menu (single price): R$ 467 (without drink and service)
Dessert (aside): Panna Cotta (vanilla flan, various fruits for each bite) R$ 27
78th – Lasai
From chef Rafa Costa e Silva and his wife Malena Cardiel, lasai is the second (and last) carioca restaurant on the list. The cosmopolitan enterprise uses modern techniques and Brazilian inputs grown in its own gardens and those of small farmers in Rio de Janeiro, with an emphasis on vegetables without dispensing with the use of the freshest products from the sea and the best meats.
Cheapest price to eat at Lasai:
Tasting menu (single price): R$ 825 (without drink and without service)
96th – Mani
From chef Helena Rizzo, the São Paulo restaurant Mani It is located in the Pinheiros neighborhood in São Paulo, and has an organic and provocative proposal on its menu. This year it ranked 96th in the The World’s 50 Best Restaurants,.
Cheapest price to eat in Maní:
Prohibited: Egg, endive, pancetta, Tulha cheese, pecan and croutons R$ 55
Main course: Black rice, nut milk, nut hommus, plantain and broccoli R$ 74
***The values described in this matter are updated (Jul/2022)