Restaurant âManiâ located in SÃ£o Paulo, Brazil
One star from the 2017 Michelin Guide Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo
âManiâ restaurant ranked 8th in the 2016 Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants Awards.
On the Latin American Awards website, it is featured as a place that showcases Brazilian and European fusion cuisine.
The interior space of the restaurant captured while leaving after a meal.
The place I ate on this day was an outdoor space other than inside a building.
The outdoor space feels roughly like this, and it's also a place where I personally felt like I was on a European beach rather than Brazil.
I made a reservation via email in advance, so I was able to get in without waiting…
If you don't make a reservation, you'll have to wait this long in line to eat at this hot spot in SÃ£o Paulo.
From here on, the âManiâ restaurant's menu and price range.
I need to order bread separately, but… They say they are so confident in their bread that they open and operate a separate bakery next door
I ordered bread for an additional fee.
Bread is.. It was more delicious to eat in Korea hehe, it seems that the bread making technology in Korea is world-class.
Compared to that, the breads I've eaten in Brazil are quite disappointing;
However, probably because it was a country where dairy products developed, the butter and cream cheese that came with bread definitely had a distinct personality unique to Brazil.
This is a bonbon series included in the 5-course menu, with one appearing first.
Three will appear next time.
The garnish was served with spinach leaves, mustard sauce, and a sauce made from acai berries, one of the representative ingredients that comes to mind when it comes to Brazil.
The next item I ordered was Moqueca (Moqueca), a traditional Brazilian food
You can think of the food called moqueca as a seafood stew unique to Brazil.
And I'm not sure about the exact name, but… It seems like moquecka dishes are always eaten with these three foods.
(A few days later, I went to a restaurant serving traditional Brazilian cuisine and ordered the same moquecas, and these three also appeared at that time.)
Vegetables produced in Brazil also taste good.
The meat eaten in Brazil also always seems to be true.
Of course I learned this in hindsight, but… It is said that Brazilians also rate Argentinian and Uruguayan meat more highly. hehe