Saturday, October 24, 2009

Armazen Paulista offers nice food and good beer inside an old style decoration

Feijoada every Saturday served 'ao som de Samba' (Samba mood)

Armazén Paulista is a typical 'paulista' restaurant. Decorated with objects from 40s, the house recalls the tradition of good bars of São Paulo within good food and great prices.

The place's decor refers to the Sao Paulo city in the old days and the bar tries to revive the tradition of the classic bars. Armazén Paulista classifies itself as a place to have cold beer, spend some time with friends and most of all, flirting. The clients age range from 25 to 30 years old and most of all are business people and young beer lovers.

Among the highlights of the menu, besides the cold draft beer, the advice goes to the Petisco (Snack) called 'Rabicó no Polvilho' (Fried rice cookie of meat, accompanied by pepper and vinagrete). There are about other 20 options for petiscos to try, charged by weight. The drinks menu is extensive and includes different options using fruit for each season of the year.

Every Saturday, starting at midday, Armazén Paulista serves the authentic Brazilian Feijoada. The preparation of this dish starts two days before and includes the best ingredients to turn it unforgetable. The Restaurant's concern (since most of Feijoada's ingredients are Pork meat) is the low fat index. For this reason, this Feijoada became famous and received a kind nickname: 'Feijoada Light'. There is a group singing Chorinho, Samba and Bossa Nova while the Feijoada is served.

Where: Armazén Paulista, Alameda Jauaperi, 570 — Moema — São Paulo
When: Monday to Friday, from 5pm till the last client. Saturday, starting at midday and Sunday from 4pm.
Phone: (11) 5052-3106
How much: About R$ 35 per person.

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