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The restaurant has a nice atmosphere with tons on North American memorabilia. The food was also OK. They have a system you pay by the weight of your plate (the $ per Kg value is quite high and if you are a “big eater” it...More
At lunch time, you have a buffet where you pick what you want and pay by weight (as common in Brazil). Drinks are ordered separately. Selection of food and juices is very good, prices moderate, service efficient.
Aulus serves a lot of different dishes with a varying quality. Most of the buffet is quite good, but the grill is disappointing - it looks like the food is prepared in advance so it may be cold and tasteless. Dessert is a distinctive high...More
Excellent por quilo, with a large selection of food, especially on Sundays. I loved the rice with shrimps and the caldereta de peixe. Vegetables are fresh, juices are good. There are cheaper options nearby but the quality of the food compensates the few more reais....More
Very close to UniCamp campus, this restaurant has an extraordinary decoration with signs, objects, memorabilia and including two scale electrical trains that runs in a railroad up near the ceiling! Very good options of food plus a grilled meat station - charges by the weight...More
I have been to Aulus a couple of times for lunch. They have a large variety of options for vegetarians and non vegetarians including fruits, salads etc. Abience is very nice too.
I highly recommend this place!
The food here is delicious but the restaurant is way expensive, even compared to the other ones around. They have a varied buffet (self service per kg) with salads, hot dishes and grilled meats. Aulus also offers takeaway food with the same quality of the...More
Opes for lunch.Very well decorated with old fashioned pictures from the USA.They have a railroad and a train running over the whole restaurant.Very amusing.An enormous variety of foods and deserts.Grilled steaks and fish. Good for a bussines lunch.
Great kilo-style restaurant with an American Graffiti kind of decor and a giant selection of food, including fresh sliced papaya, mango, watermelon and pineapple, several sorts of salads, typical Brazilian beans and rice, and a selection of pasta, potato and manioc sides.The fresh mango juice...More