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New in town: Restaurants

Culinary comings and goings around town.

With restaurants opening every week in São Paulo, we're keeping track of them all right here, so all that's left for you to do is go, eat, drink, and tell us what you think. We'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments below, and watch out for the Time Out reviews when we make our visit.

Alma Cozinha A culinary mash-up inspired by São Paulo’s multicultural heritage is the inspiration for the menu at the unpretentious Alma Cozinha, set in a converted garage in Perdizes. Rua João Ramalho 1489, Perdizes (2835 1108/almacozinha.com.br). 

Huaco Causas, tiraditos and ceviches washed down with chicha morada: the classics of Peruvian cuisine are getting this no-frills Pinheiros newcomer off to a flying start. Rua Fradique Coutinho 832, Vila Madalena (3969 8893/huaco.com.br).

Micaela Going straight to the top of our must-try list, Micaela is the lovechild of chef Fábio Vieira’s two passions: Brazilian and Catalan cuisine. Rua José Maria Lisboa 228, Jardim Paulista (3473 6849/ restaurantemicaela.com.br). 

Miss Saigon While Thai restaurants are on the up, neighbouring Vietnam has been entirely absent from the São Paulo dining map. Cue Miss Saigon – the city’s first Vietnamese restaurant. Alameda dos Jurupis 1374, Moema (4564 1419/ misssaigonrestaurante.com.br). 

Museo Veronica An all-Spanish brigade rolls out Spanish classics – tortilla, morcilla, croquetas and the like – teamed with one of the most affordable wine lists in the city. Rua Tuim 370, Moema (5051 2654).

By Time Out São Paulo editors


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