An elegant Portuguese eaterie in Tatuapé
Tatuapé, in São Paulo’s endless Zona Leste, or East Zone, has been one of São Paulo’s fastest growing bairros in recent years, with deluxe real estate shooting up all over the place. It’s good news for gourmets, thanks to the ambitious new restaurants that just keep opening. This relaxed, elegant restaurant is one of them, and it serves two classic of Portuguese cuisine: goat and bachalhau (salt cod).
Kick things off with the octopus starter, fried in bacon fat with coarse salt, followed by the perfectly-salted bacalhau a lagareiro – salt cod with golden onion, served with garlic slices, broccoli, green olives and baked potato. For dessert, both the sweet rice powdered with cinnamon and the delicate sericaria do Alentejo – a milk-and-egg pudding – are delicious.
R$58-$88; lunch R$39; couvert R$17
Major cards accepted
Open noon-3.30pm, 7pm-midnight Tue-Fri; noon-1am Sat; noon-5pm Sun
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