An excellent, family-run Italian with a focus on funghi
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Founded in 1985 by Luciano Percussi, an Italian from Liguria, Vinheria Percussi quickly became a classic. Luciano’s daughter Silvia Percussi now runs the kitchen, while her brother Lamberto oversees the salon and the excellent wine cellar. The scaloppine di pollo al limone con gnocchi di ricotta e spinaci (chicken in lemon sauce with spinach and ricotta gnocchi) and the marvellous filetto al gorgonzola (filet mignon covered in gorgonzola sauce) are standout dishes. To finish, try the wonderful classic tiramisu made with mascarpone and coffee.
R$42-$105; lunch R$42; couvert R$6.90-$8.10
Open noon-3pm, 7-11.30pm Tue-Thu; noon-3pm, 7pm-1am Fri; noon-4.30pm, 7.30pm-1am Sat; noon-4.30pm Sun
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