Bairro: Vila Madalena
City: Sao_Paulo, SP
Phone: (011) 3816-5911
Hours: Monday to Saturday from 7am to 10pm. Sunday from 8am to 10pm.
Cost: No Information Available
a mix of cafe and boulangerie. In their windows you find in the French delicacies such as chocolate bread with almond and raisin brioche. Crepes and salads are served at lunch.
Bakeries play an important role in Brazilian lives as fresh bread is generally used during many meals. Bakeries provide extremely fresh goods, and are preferred over typical grocery stores. Purchasing fresh bread daily is a relatively common occurrence in Brazil. Sometimes there are even long lines of people waiting to buy bread that is about to come out of the oven! Bakeries also produce sweet and savory variations, including many pastries. Many new bakeries also include cafes providing various kinds of coffee, hot chocolate, tea, and fresh juices to customers who wish to enjoy their freshly baked goods at the bakery.
Rosca is generally served in the south, normally in the state of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul and is cooked from manioc flour. The bread only lasts for 24 hours before it gets stale, so don’t buy more than you can devour. You’ll find it cooked in large circular wreaths, ordinarily 8 inches to about 15 inches in diameter. It’s best served with Nata, a butter/cheese found in most super markets.
Delicatessen is a term which means "delicacies" or "fine foods". Delicatessens generally sell their ingredients by weight including cured meats, head cheese, sausages, ham, liverwurst, salami and many other cold cuts, fried chicken, spare ribs, cold salads, pickled vegetables, dips, breads and olives. These rations are found in sophisticated stores in a special deli department, or in a separate Delicatessen or Deli facility.
Sizable Delicatessen stores or Deli shops sell cold cuts and meats, although the high end food division offers confectionery, fine spirits, wines, selected cheeses, truffled pâté, caviar, foie gras, prime quality coffee beans, fruit, spices, herbs, specialty breads, special sweets, cookies, honey, tea and top handmade chocolate. One can spot these businesses in Brazil primarily in the major cities like Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, and in major supermarket franchises.
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