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Vento Haragano

Vento Haragano

Vento Haragano

Vento Haragano (Av. Rebouças 1001, Jardins, São Paulo) — one of Sao Paulo’s best churrascarias is the impressive Vento Haragano in Jardins. As a traditional churrascaria gaúcha, Vento Haragano is decked out in decorations typical of classic steakhouses from the south of Brazil, and the waiters dress in traditional uniforms.
The variety of meat and wine and the quality of their specialty options (the boar with jabuticaba jam is incredible and very sought after by punters) make Vento Haragano the place to go in Sao Paulo for a classic Brazilian barbecue experience.

Yosuki Sushi House (Rua Farme de Amoedo 102, Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro) – regarded as one of the best sushi restaurants in Rio, Yosuki Sushi House provides main courses, a buffet option and a rodizio – an ‘all you can eat’ sushi option. With soft, fresh fish and quality ingredients, the dishes are prepared to look just as delicious as they taste. For its superior quality, the prices are very reasonable.