That is no better way to taste Sao Paulo. In this Gastronomic Tour we'll be going to 3 different places to eat and also we'll walk through many seeing sites around our lively, busy and historical Capital city center The meeting place is my home, a 29th floor apartment at the Copan Building, from Oscar Niemaier. Here I'll make you a delicious breakfast with brazilian cheese bread, eggs, fruit juices and coffee. And that's just the start. A 10min from here the majestical Municipal Theater is located, just in front of the Anhangabau Vale, where we can do a quick stop to take pics and watch the street musicians. A few minutes from there a anciant bakery called Casa Matilde is based and we most try a delicious portuguese treat, unmisseble. Them we'll be heading to our central market called Mercadao and also to the Mercado Kinjo Yamatour, perfect places to get to know brazilian ingredientes and to see all their variety. On our way to there we'll cross by the Street '25 de Março', the biggest commercial center of latino America, defenetly worth knowing . After the Mercadao we should take a quick bus to get at the Casa do Porco Bar, a brand new and alredy trandy restastant just a few meters from Edificio Copan where one of the most famous brazilan chefs is responsable for preparing tradicional and modern porc dishes. If you like good food, food markets and enjoy walking that's the thing to do, i mean, eat! Ate breve!
Poached eggs are served on toasted bread with spinach and a creamy Hollandaise sauce. Served with really good black coffee, to wake you up! All homemade;)
Portuguese egg tart pastry
Since 1850 this patissery called "Casa Matilde" was baking the treats for the royal family
Crunchy slow roasted pork meal
s Served with banana tartar, madioc flower and couve salad. The trendiest restaurant and neighbourhood of Sao Paulo. One non alcoholic drink included, but feel dree to try their delicius drinks;)