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Caipirinhas and Lana's stew are a winning combo
Most paulistanos have a favourite place to eat feijoada – the heavy stew of smoked and sun-dried meats that’s brewed up in cauldrons with black beans and served with rice, kale, orange slices and farofa (toasted manioc flour). Lana, a journalist by trade, offers her hugely popular version inside a small but charming Vila Madalena house, where the rich stew might not be as elaborate as some of the more expensive varieties, but where smiling service and hearty goodness are guaranteed. Settle in for a long Saturday afternoon session, and wallow in a delightful food-induced paralysis.
lunch midweek feijoada R$37; weekend feijoada and unlimited caipirinhas R$60; main courses R$23-$33
Open noon-3.30pm Mon-Fri; noon-5:30pm Sat, Sun
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