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SAO PAOLO


Sao Paulo overwhelms the senses with its sheer size. With over 10 million inhabitants, it is the worlds third largest city and the largest in South America. Sao Paulo and its rival Brazilian city, Rio de Janeiro, have often been compared to New York and Los Angeles respectively. If Rio has gained fame for its striking natural setting, Sao Paulos attraction lies in its people and its vibrant cultures. The Avenida Paulistas canyon of upthrusting skyscrapers only hints at the citys sources of energy. A more cosmopolitan city than its counterpart, Sao Paulo possesses significant ethnic minority communities, including substantial Japanese, Italian, and Arab and Lebanese Christian neighbourhoods.The array of nationalities living in Sao Paulo have made it a legendary city among gourmands: Japanese, Italian nuova cucina, Brazilian, Chinese, Jewish, and Arab restaurants are all familiar parts of the citys landscape. Brazils famously good beef is put to good use at the numerous rodizios and churrascarias. Succulent, roasted cuts of meat are circulated around the tables and cut to patrons order. In fact, people often visit Sao Paulo just to dine out. The Jardins district is the center of the dining scene, and thus the center of the Sao Paulo social scene. Paulistanos eat late--restaurants often dont begin serving until 9pm or 10pm, and it is common for them to stay open until 3am

Restaurants in Sao Paolo

Figuira Rubaiyat
Chef Rouge
Capim Santo
Antiquarius Sao Paolo
Baretto
Rodeio
Carlota
Brasil A Gosto
Bolinha
Tordesilhas


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