Londrina (Portuguese pronunciation: [lõˈdɾĩnɐ], literally Londoner) is a city located in the north of the state of Paraná, South Region, Brazil, and is 369 km away from the state capital, Curitiba. It is the second largest city in the state and fourth largest in the southern region of the country, with 543,003 inhabitants in the city proper, and 818,300 in the metropolitan area.
Things to do in Londrina
4.5 based on 640 reviews
Conveniently located, La Gondola is a great option for Italian food in Londrina. Cleanly decorated and elegant, yet not sumptuous, the place has a really nice atmosphere. The menu is wide.
To start up a nice buffet with cold and hot Italian specilties - from cold cuts and cheeses thru grilled zucchini and sardella - served on weight. My pasta, yet the sauce wasn't that creamy, as should be, but slightly watery, was wonderful and served in a generous portion. Service is corteous and very promt and waiters are always readily available when needed.
Wine list gathers a nice selection of average and superior Argentineans and Chileans, among others, however over priced, yet not outrageously. Be careful, though, about the wine service - as the wine I ordered was soldout, I was offered another one, from the same brand, but of an upper level, which costed me 60% more. In this case the correct and expected attitude will be either offering the guest something at the same price level or bring the guest the wine list back.
4.5 based on 294 reviews
Very impressed by the salad bar served for lunch, I had the plate of the day and I tell you was good, but You as a vegetarian can get only the salad bar and you will be full, they have some hot dishes on the...MoreThanks for your feedback. We're glad to know you enjoyed our salad bar, during luch time. Next time, ask the waiter for some vegetarian dish, that our Chef will happy to prepare for you. Hope to see you soon, Best regards, Carlos Grade.
4.5 based on 984 reviews
This restaurant follows their very good receipts from their Curitiba hq, all very good, many options for vegetarians and non vegetarians. Service seems bit below average, but still good. Average wine selection, good Deserts. Great for business meetings Definitely the best in town
4.5 based on 167 reviews
4.5 based on 388 reviews
Superb food, well-trained, nice and attentive waiters. Since brazilian customers are not used with thai ammount of pepper, they offer to ask the cook to adapt the spice to each patron's taste.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
This place is the best! The Chopp beer is my favorite beer ever. The food is fantastic. The service is excellent. The price is very good too. You must go here especially if you are in the shopping centre and looking for somewhere to eat.
4.5 based on 600 reviews
This is not a fancy foo Foo restaurant, but one that cannot be missed by any lover of meat or Bar B Que. Very inexpensive by US standards, but the food is exceptional. This is a must do in Londrina!
4.5 based on 596 reviews
Arnoldo's has become through the years the big name in hot dog in town, he began with a small car, now has a huge restaurant. His sauce is delicious and the hot dog too, but expensive.
4.5 based on 356 reviews
If you want to try a typical brazilian southern style ribs (costela), and have a delicious cold beer to get along, this is your place. No "fancy gourmet" stuff, just the real deal. Prices are not high, waiters are good and meat is delicious... I recommend
5 based on 253 reviews
Our story is about humble beginning and great ambition. Our goal is to give our customers the dining experience that we ourselves wished to enjoy, not only great middle easten cuisene, made with the finest ingridients, but an ambience and sense of belonging to be enjoyed with friends and family.
Small and unpretentious, the restaurant is very tidy and cozy and the owners, a young couple, very attentive and friendly. Excellent arabian food. The kibe labanie got me curious, for it is fried and then dipped in hot yoghurt sauce (usually the recipe has the kibe cooked in the yoghurt), but it was a winner: it got the nicest texture, crunchy at the outside but soft and moist inside. The "coalhada seca" (I'm not sure whether "dry curd" translates correctly) was perfect: smooth and no acidity at all. A place to visit again and again, with friends and/or family.
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