Quality Hotel Faria Lima
Rua Diogo Moreira 247
Sao Paulo, 05423-010
Phone: (55) 11 21977050
Fax: (55) 11 21977051
8 Bar & Restaurante is popular with locals for its warm and inviting atmosphere and good music. Sip on an exotic drink as you tap your feet to a bevy of genres like pop, rock, funk, soul, house among others. Meet new people as you groove to the music spun by popular DJs. When you're tired, re-energize yourself with delicious food from a menu designed by Chef Richard Barletta. Call for more details on current and upcoming shows.
Ofner is a haven for people with a sweet tooth. English cake, mini croissant and doughnuts are just few of the assorted array of baked products available here. A morning breakfast at this bakery or a quick grab for the evening hunger pangs, this bakery caters to all your needs. Locals vouch by the freshness and premium quality that this place offers consistently. This place is crowded with people of all ages and the staff tends to them efficiently. So do come by to treat yourself with these delights. For further information do check their website.
This small burger joint has a fan following that is ever increasing. St. Louis Burger is an American-inspired restaurant that serves a variety of delish hamburgers. From the pepper crust burgers to the veggie ones, each sandwich is as tasty as it gets. Serving one of the best in town, St. Louis Burger is a great place to be with family and friends.
For a hearty and delicious breakfast in Sao Paulo, look no further than Deliqate, the perfect place to start your day. This deli serves an extensive breakfast menu in the morning and a vast selection of sandwiches and soups to choose from in the afternoon. Wake up to pancakes and bacon for breakfast then savor the flavors of freshly prepared pastrami for lunch.
Capim Santo translates to "lemongrass" in Portuguese and the restaurant of the same name has influences of the plant everywhere - from the greenery that surrounds it, to the flavors on the plate to the staff's aprons. This establishment is the manifestation of Sandra Marques and Nando Leite's dream and features a quintessential Brazilian menu designed around traditional recipes. Dine at the enchanting alfresco seating area beneath scattered umbrellas, and amidst lively banter and exotic palm trees. Take a go at the lemongrass infused Caipirinha and their signature Brigadeiro.
At Speranza, the key to success is an authentic Italian dining experience. This is one of Sao Paolo's first Italian eateries and has served the Bixiga district since the late 1950s. This restaurant was established by the Speranza family straight from Naples and continues to serve high-quality pizzas and calzones, catering to groups and families looking for either a meal or just a quick bite to eat.
Enjoy a unique take on Brazilian cuisine at Aconchego Carioca. This restaurant has become a local favorite because of the delectable dishes on the menu and the extensive beer list - around 200 labels from around the world - put together by their beer sommelier. Exposed brick, beer posters, and plenty of plants decorate the interior of Aconchego Carioca, making it looked like your favorite neighborhood pub reimagined.
Tandoor employs its namesake cooking vessel to deliver satisfying North Indian cuisine from their Jardim Paulista location. Owned and operated by Mumbai natives Lakhi and Mansha Daswani, the fare at Tandoor is far and away more traditional than almost any restaurant in Sao Paulo. Diners familiar with Indian fare will have an easy time navigating the menu of appetizers such as samosas and naan wraps, and the ordering only gets easier from there. A selection of grilled meats is available in all styles from mild masalas to spicy vindaloos. Vegetarian items are a bit more diverse, the focus on the specific ingredients rather than the level of heat. Signature items such as biryani are available, as well as a decent selection of naans and pilafs to accompany your dish. Tandoor's authenticity and dedication to traditional preparations set this Sao Paulo gem apart from the pack.
Authentic Arabic food, a peppy atmosphere and lots of foodies around; that's a daily sight at Espaco Arabe. Besides savory Arabic specialties, patrons come here for the casual and friendly ambiance. The restaurant also hosts events in its premises to entertain diners. Check website for details.
Brera is Brazil’s first paninoteca, a restaurant solely dedicated to the toasted bread and rich fillings of the legendary Italian panini sandwich. Named after the historic region in Milan, Brera carries on the luxurious bohemian spirit of its namesake, featuring new twists on an old, decadent classic. Roughly 80% of the ingredients come straight from Italy, and the bread, lightweight and crispy, is specially designed for the panini. Sit at the communal table in the restaurant’s indoor garden with strangers and friends alike, and your family just might feel a little bigger - at least for one night.
Templo da Carne is a great place for meat lovers in São Paulo. World famous Brazilian chef Marcos Bassi is at the forefront of this kitchen. His butchery skills and revolutionary culinary techniques are well-translated onto the plate. Savor delicious steak preparations with beer or spirits. Also on the menu are seafood, salads and sandwiches. The elegant decor creates a sophisticate ambiance and fine dining experience.
Café dos Prazeres is a beautiful homage to traditional cabarets. The ambiance is best described as intimate, with low lighting and candles glimmering on each table. Small yet comfortable with a seating capacity of only 80, the café hosts musical and dance performances every night, covering a range of genres. Although the menu is not extensive the dishes are delicious and well-prepared with a Mediterranean flair, while the bar offers a full range of alcohol with some scrumptious cocktails. Replete with photographs by Luiz Tripoli, Café dos Prazeres is where art and fine cuisine meet in a most beautiful and electrifying way.