I've been many times to this place, and every time I can't help feeling like eating at grandma's. Hidden on a tiny street on the Northern part of São Paulo, far off the beaten track, this place offers probably one of the best esfihas in town. The desserts are also worth a try, as well as the natural juices. There is absolutely no decor, just a steep ramp that gives access to a multitude of adjoining rooms where people eat in tables very close to each other -- so it's impossible not to think this place as cozy despite, as said, the "unornateness". Yes, it is quite expensive, but if you are (truly) willing to pay you probably won't be disappointed.
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