This is one of the most old and traditional french restaurants in São Paulo and yet it is one of the best in its category. It's located at Largo do Arouche which had is charm in the past but not it's degraded and dirty, however, it's worth the visit. The decoration of the restaurant is old but charming and the staff is very well trained and polite. The food is really great. I love the calamaris they serve there. Good options of desert although they don't have Crème brûlée, which is expected at a french traditional restaurant. The wine list is very expensive.
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