Can you imagine trying the cuisine of 2 (or more) countries in just one trip? So, if you’re traveling to São Paulo, this post is perfect for you! We are going to discover where to eat Colombian food in São Paulo.
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Colombian cuisine is very diverse, it has many delicious and colorful dishes. Its cuisine is a gastronomic mix of the culinary traditions of the six main regions of Colombia.
The main ingredients used in Colombian cuisine are corn, banana, cassava and potato.
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Macondo Raízes Colombianas – Where to eat Colombian food in São Paulo
It is a Colombian restaurant that offers several typical dishes on its menu, such as coconut lemonade, Ceviche, ham with cheese, and more.
Address: Rua Cardeal Arcoverde, 1361
Opening hours are: Wednesday to Friday, 12pm – 4 pm/5pm – 10 pm, Saturday, 12pm – 22pm and Sunday, 12pm – 6pm.
Sabores de mi tierra
The kitchen is run by a Colombian woman born in Chaparral, the price range is between 36 and 70 reais (between $7 and $14 dollars) and the restaurant has typical food options available on the menu such as mini arepa, paisa tray, and so on.
Address: Rua Lisboa, 971
Currently, it is closed.
Patacón Pisao – Where to eat Colombian food in São Paulo?
Located at Rua Sena Madureira, number 767. Opening hours are Tuesday to Thursday 12pm – 10pm, Friday and Saturday 12pm – 11pm and Sunday from 12pm – 5pm.
The place is very comfortable and the food presentation is very enchanting with colorful and beautiful dishes.
Guanahaní, Colombian bar and restaurant
Located in the Pinheiros neighborhood, Guanahaní offers several typical Colombian drink options, with most of the drinks made of rum, there are also typical snacks from the street markets of Bogotá.
Address: Rua Joaquim Antunes, 391
How about you? Have you ever tried Colombian food? Do you have any Colombian restaurants to recommend? Tell us in the comment selection!