10 Dishes to Try in São Paulo Brazil. Eating with a Local. Canadians try traditional food in Brazil.

We spent a day in São Paulo, Brazil eating traditional Brazilian food!

To start things off we opted for something on healthier and lighter side. Açaí is a fruit that is native to Brazil and very popular there. We went to juice shop, where we tried a couple of things with Acai including a bowl (with banana and granola) and a smoothie. We tried both a place called Frooty.

After this we met up with our friend that is a Sao Paulo native to help use out on our food tour!

We ended up a place called Boteco São Bento where we tried a whole bunch of different dishes including Pastéis Mistos, Coxinhas, Dadinhos de Tapioca, and Mandioca Frita.

Lastly we went for some dessert at Pastel De Maria, here we tried two different types of Pastéis, one was Doce de Leite and the other was Romeu e Julieta. We also tried sugarcane juice.

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