Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Bar do Plinio serves Brazilian fish from Amazonia and Pantanal

Bar do Plínio front door
Bar do Plínio opened it's doors on 1980 when 'Plínio', the owner of the pub decided to quite the job in a overseas company to open a restuarant. On 1985, he started his journey on the fishing world. Since then the Bar's vocation became Brazilian fish.
It's a great place to try authentic Brazilian fish, most of all coming from Pantanal and Amazônia. The Plínio's mood of doing what he likes to do is on the house. Among the different 60 'Petiscos' (snacks), the advice is the Bicho Bão (Salmon and shrimp combined with heart of palm and cream cheese, seasoned and assembled inside 'Dumpling' (Asian pasta), served with green sauce, sour and pepper). Another feature of the bar is the ability on serving cold beer. There is the bottled one and choop. Try out and let us know what you think!

Where: Bar do Plínio, Rua Bernardino Fanganiello, 458 — Casa Verde — São Paulo
When: Monday to Friday, from 3pm till 1am. Saturday and Sunday, from 11am till 1am.
Phone: (11) 3857-0999
How much: About R$ 35 per person.
Website: www.bardoplinio.com.br

1 comment:

  1. Great to read this! It's hard to find a place to eat good fish in such a huge city! thanks!