Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Bananeira restaurant represents very well the Brazilian Cuisine

Front door of the Bananeira Restaurant
Once in Sao Paulo, you must appreciate the Brazilian food in the most characteristic place as possible. Despite being a bit far from the city center (neighbourhood of Morumbi), the restaurant Bananeira can offer a good local experience to you.

Located in a wooden shed, the roof is made with "piaçava" (sort of palm fiber) and plants all over the place. On the menu, you find stew of shrimp with pepper sauce and farofa palm. This mood is very Brazilian, but the price is a bit "salty".

What: Bananeira Restaurant
Where: Rua Marechal Hastinfilo de Moura, 417 - Morumbi
When: Tuesday to Friday, from 7 pm till midnight; Saturday, from midday till 5 pm and from 7 pm till midnight; Sunday, from midday till 5 pm.
Price: Around R$ 80 per person.
Phone: +55 (11) 3502-4635

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