A Bela Sintra

Considered one of the very best Portuguese restaurants in São Paulo, A Bela Sintra serves delicious traditional cuisine. Seafood in a specialty in the beautiful space, paneled with light-colored wood.

Food AT D.O.M, São Paulo, Brazil - Courtesy Cassio Vasconcelos


After a five-year stint in Europe, chef Alex Atala returned to São Paulo in 1999 with a mission to change the way Latin America eats. His restaurant, D.O.M., is now regarded as the best restaurant in South America, and is known for the nouveau-Brazilian cuisine that has seen a resurgence in recent years. Blending European cooking techniques with Brazilian flavors, Atala has successfully changed the São Paulo culinary landscape, pushing chefs towards more sustainable, local ingredients that benefit the regional community.

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You can expect fabulous Italian food, good wine and an attractive crowd at this stylish city favorite, which is owned by the Fasano family. Like the outpost in Rio, Gero delivers no surprises but promises quality.

Food at Kinoshita, São Paulo, Brazil


With the largest Japanese population outside of Japan, São Paulo is known for great sushi, with Kinoshita leading the pack. Hokkaido-born, Rio-raised chef Tsuyoshi Murakami is regarded as one of South America’s best Japanese chefs, and his Brazil-influenced cooking draws the city’s well heeled. Order off the delicious tasting menu, or let chatty, boisterous chef make you one of his custom creations.


Maní's chef Helena Rizzo is part of the young culinary vanguard re-designing Brazilian cuisine, using Amazonian fruits and vegetables to create pure magic.

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