Why choose it: One of the most traditional restaurants in the city of São Paulo, its decoration evokes the architecture of an Italian villa. Since 1971, it has been frequented by those seeking a Franco-Italian menu, including tourists and residents of the neighborhood of Itaim Bibi, where the headquarters of financial institutions and multinationals are also located. The frequent presence of celebrities, executives, politicians and influencers makes the place a recurring feature in the social columns of the São Paulo press.
Business tips: The octopus carpaccio with Dijon mustard sauce and the wagyu ossobuco with saffron and mushroom risotto are just two of the most-cited dishes in the city’s culinary reviews. The restaurant is also famous for its wine list, such as the barolos and brunellos labels, and for organizing tastings with foreign sommeliers.
Average cost per person (without drinks) 400 Reais (USD 80).
Address: Avenida 9 de Julho, 5.925, Itaim Bibi, São Paulo-SP.