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I had to wait almost an hour on a Saturday night, before getting a table and no one asked about a drink or anything like that when waiting. The place was packed and had a casual, trendy atmosphere. Service was friendly, but no one spoke...More
Last Sunday we went back to Carlos Pizza with some friends. We had been there before and enjoyed their pizza, which we regard as one of São Paulo’s best. Unlike most local pizza places, Carlos Pizza serves individual (but generous) pies, rather than the usual...More
I didn't realize until now that Carlos is located on Rua Harmonia. It makes sense as all the elements of pizza are in perfect harmony at this Gem in Villa Madalena. I'm from New York and I'm a pizza fanatic. When I heard Sao Paulo...More
As an Italian, I am always disappointed by pizzas in Brazil. This was most likely the best I ever had in Brazil. Dough of acceptable quality, good toppings (raw ham and burrata). On the whole, quite enjoyable. Their pizzas are rather small and quite expensive...More
When we arrived in Sao Paulo we were told that Sunday was the night when families go out for pizza. I wouldn't normally fly all the way to Brazil for pizza, but in this case, we figured, "When in Sao Paulo..." The pizza was delicious....More
Nice place to remember a authentic italian pizza in São Paulo, simple, sympathetic space and service, you can bring your preferred wine (R$30) to better complete your memories, there are others thinks well done worth a try!!!
Good: welcoming atmosphere with friendly staff that make it fun.
Bad: was expecting great pizza based on reviews. Pizza here is average at best. Compared to others in São Paulo like Veridiana or Crystal, Carlos doesn't come close.
All pizzas are individual here and over...More
Probably the best pizza I ever tried outside of Italy !
Everything was perfect, the friendly service, the lighting - not too dark not too bright - and of course the food. The restaurant itself is not pretentious at all and will be a good...More
Exploring Pinheiros, a neighborhood known for cozy restaurants and cafes, you will notice a youthful energy. Several cultural centers and institutes surround the area and even its main church, Calvário, hosts a traditional Brazilian “Festa Junina” - a celebration with traditional music, dance, and food during the months of June and July. On the weekends, residents gather at Benedito Calixto Square, a loud
and crowded area where people enjoy live music drinks alongside the antiquities fair.