Bairro: Bela Vista
City: Sao_Paulo, SP
Hours: Sunday from 8am to 5pm.
Cost: No Information Available
Serve meat pies, cheese, pizza, chicken, sausage and bauru. Among the pies, the palm heart is unbeatable.
Pastel is basically the equivalent of the Spanish empanadas. They are typically about 4 inches by 6 inches in size. The pastry is cooked with wheat flour filled with ground beef, cheeses, corn, peas, and other vegetables. Most “pastelarias” (this is how they’re called in Brazil) offer 50+ possibilities of fillings. Dessert pastries typically filled have bananas, chocolate, strawberries and various other fruits and sweets. The pastry dough is generally very light and crispy. They are then deep fried and eaten hot. Make sure you leave room for a dessert pastry!
Brazilians treasure pastels and it has become a huge sensation all over the country.
Some pastelarias offer over 50+ different fillings you can choose from. Dessert pasteis must be tried. The pastries are complete meals.
Often places also offer delivery services, so patrons can call, order their pastries, and have them delivered to their houses. It usually takes forty five minutes for the delivery , so make sure you call ahead of time.
These establishments often have a fast food feel to them, with basic tables and chairs. Outside seating and a vibrant clients are quite common as well.
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