Quality Suites Alphaville
Alameda Mamore 333
Phone: (55) 11 2137-4300
Fax: (55) 11 2137-4301
Bendita Hora is rated as one of the best pizza houses in the city. And keeping upto the translation of its name which means "Blessed Hour", Bendita Hora makes your time spent with them, the best hour of the day. The place serves a wide variety of pizza as well as a selection of other creations. The ambiance of the place is very welcoming and the service prompt and friendly. The restaurant also offers a bunch of discounts on special occasions. Bendita Hora also hosts regular events like their wine tasting event, which is a big success among its patrons. All in all, if you are in the city and craving pizza, there is no where better than the Bendita Hora, as the patrons and local tourists guide books will testify.
From the tables and menu to the decor of the place, everything about Frangó Bar exudes beer. Housed in an old building, this tiny and cozy bar is made in the traditional tavern style and offers a wide choice of drinks to its patrons, in addition to some generous portions of finger food. However, the bar is most known for its awesome collection of beer that has aficionados drooling. All in all, Frangó Bar is a great place if you want to spend some lazy and relaxed time with your pals.
If you crave for Italian specialties while in São Paulo, Brasiliani is the perfect bet. Chef Giancarlo knows exactly how to lure even the most finicky diner into loving Italian food. Although every dish is cooked with subtle flavors to treat your taste buds, a must try here is the Patatine Fritte, Alicella and Capalletti de Carne along with beverages. The restaurant also helps you plan private and special occasions. You can be sure that the amiable staff of Brasiliani will make you feel at home, thus assuring that you revisit this place.
Empoiro Sagarana is a small spot with an enormous character. The bar with its wooden interior, humble seating spaces and walls of bottled IPAs, is an haunt for locals and tourists alike. If you love beer, Empoiro Sagarana will introduce you to some of the most incredible varieties of bottled IPAs you have ever tasted. In addition, the place serves artisanal beers and of course the popular Cachaça can be enjoyed here. Delectable appetizers go well with all the bottled goodness and if a good game of Football is on, you are set in for an evening of exuberance. In the end, you are sure to leave with an elevated knowledge of IPAs and some good friends.
If you love Asian food, then Nama Baru should be in your itinerary when visiting the neighborhood of Pompeia. Specializing in Asian fusion that takes inspiration from the Philippines, Chinese, Singaporean, Taiwanese, Thai, Indian and Pakistani cuisines, the dishes are rich and flavorful. Packed with spice, it is not for those who cannot bear heat in their meals. Pair your food with wine or beer from their selective drinks list.
Serving up a delicious variety of pizzas that you might not find anywhere else and more, is Bráz. Go in for the local favorite Carcamano or the Fosca. Even the Carbonara and Angelica gets a thumbs up. The toppings of these pizzas fuse so well that is almost impossible to tell which ingredients are used to make the wonderful dish. The ambiance is friendly and the seating comfortable. The stylized interiors of the place is quite a breath of fresh air, considering the other cafés in the neighborhood.
Ton Hoi was established by Wong Chung Yuk in 1960, it is now helmed by his son Tommy Wong. Serving authentic Chinese cuisine, the restaurant has been wowing diners with its flavorful offerings since its inception. A delight to all the senses right from its presentation to the taste, the dishes in Ton Hoi are worth its fan following. Some of them are the sea-bass in ginger, San-yue (sea-bass sashimi in horseradish and noodles) and sweet and sour cutlets.
The glass and bamboo environ gives Zeni Sushi a chic look. Tucked away in Vila Madalena, this hipster sushi haunt serves good sashimi, sushi, and tempura. The menu is creative and tasty and the price is affordable. If you don't know what to order, the servers will guide you according to your palate.
Having trained in and helmed some of the best restaurant kitchens in the world, renowned Chef Vivi opened her eponymous restaurant in Sao Paulo, gaining instant recognition. On offer is a daily changing menu of the chef's contemporary takes on global flavors and ingredients. Flowing white spaces characterize the intimate dining room, giving it a fresh vibe. Varying wooden hues and textures on the chairs and tables provide a good contrast. Reservations are recommended due to the limited seating. The space is also available for private events. Check website for more.
Gràcia, the quaint Catalan neighborhood lends its name and essence to this Paulistano hotspot. A venue for all occasions and moods, its three differently set up areas are unified by the right amount of glitz and glamor. Relax with a pitcher of their signature sangria at the lively outdoor patio or head inside for a plush nightclub feel. If you're up for some laid-back chilling, pick your spot at the upstairs lounge that conveys an elegant living room atmosphere. Catalonia's red and yellow hues make their way onto tabletops, artistic lamps and vibrant walls.
Ruaa promises to take you through a gastronomic journey around the world, and it doesn't fail. Inspired by the street food of all around the world, their menu is global, creative and delicious. The industrial look and the huge blackboard chalk drawing of the city gives it an urban charm. Cozy and compact, Ruaa opened in 2011 and is a popular hipster haunt. If you are a foodie, you will definitely love this affable eatery.
This São Paulo restaurant exudes a fresh and contemporary charm. From the sleek and simple interiors, to the fresh from the garden cuisine, Tuju is a Pinheiros gem. Chef Ivan Ralston harvests ingredients from the restaurants very own garden, so everything is guaranteed fresh. Delicious and modern, the dishes highlight regional fare.