São Luís (Brazilian Portuguese: [sɐ̃w luˈis], Saint Louis) is the capital and largest city of the Brazilian state of Maranhão. The city is located on Ilha de São Luís (Saint Louis' Island) in the Baía de São Marcos (Saint Mark's Bay), an extension of the Atlantic Ocean which forms the estuary of Pindaré, Mearim, Itapecuru and other rivers. Its coordinates are 2.53° south, 44.30° west. The city proper has a population of some 1,082,935 people (2016 IBGE estimate). The metropolitan area totals 1,605,305, ranked as the 15th largest in Brazil.
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
We had "carne de sol de filé" (salted cured beef) , "cuxá" rice , cooked manioc and fried banana. Everything tasted very good. Giant portion. We ordered half and it served three people. Highly recommend for those interested in having a traditional local meal.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
BUFFET VALUE PER PERSON Monday to Thursday (varied menu) and Saturday (feijoada): R $ 42,00 VALUE PER PERSON Friday (buffet of sea fruts) R $ 55,00 WE DO NOT CHARGE 10% RATE AND ARTISTIC COUVERT Children policy: from 0 to 05 years not paid buffet / from 06 to 10 years paid 50% of the value of the buffet / from 11 years onwards pays 100% of the value of the buffet. A LA CARTE SERVICE FROM SECOND TO THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT The Restaurant School became a reference in Maranhão the quality of teaching passed on to students, together with excellence in service and other services offered to restaurant guests. The courses offered by the School Restaurant last an average of six months, and the menu that is offered to the general public is prepared by the students of the training courses (cooks and waiters) where, through the supervision of the instructors, develop real work situations, called supervised practice, experiencing the daily food preparation techniques and installation of dishes and drinks preparations. Every day, a varied menu is prepared and served by students of the Restaurant School. These students come from the program Senac Gratuity - PSG who make weekly rotation in different sectors of each environment, and at the end of each stage, the instructors assess the individual and collective performance of each student. Excellence in the category quality, the Restaurant School has the distinction of acting as an educational company, where students experience real situations of work and develop their functions creatively, combining theory and practice. With differentiated service and the most modern and well-equipped kitchens, the restaurant offers guests a pleasant and cozy place to enjoy the best of national and international menu, accompanied by drinks and wines. This is the hallmark of the School Restaurant: professional and prepared in an impeccably structured environment.
A 5-star experience. You may have to hunt for this place - but it is worth it. The buffet has all the very best Brazilian dishes. The service is excellent. The ambience cool and quiet. The price very reasonable.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
We came here for lunch, and got a positive surprice regarding the quality of the food. Everything was excellent, particularly the special meat.
4 based on 391 reviews
Much more towards fusion cuisine than asiatic, this restaurant has some positive aspects. The house is ok, well decorated, probably targeting a more eclectic audience. The day I visited the place it was very crowded but we had made reservation in advance and had no problem to be seated. Altough accompanied by relatives and friends I couldnt help noticing how emergent were most visitors there, including a photographer taking shots of some locals without prior notice. Kind of place to see and be seen. Back to what is important, the menu is a modest tour into asiatic flavours, Mexican food and international cuisine, very far from a Michelin, but I really enjoyed. Staff doesn't follow the same effort of the menu, less attentive and not well prepared. Wine list is limited. We ordered 3 bottles of sparkinglin wine but were told they had run out of stock in the 4th. Prices are average. In the end I was so well accompanied, food was good, I could say I could come back someday.
4 based on 969 reviews
They're big thing is that you can eat the pizza with your hands (something unusual for brazilian people). They'll provide some plastic gloves so you can eat without greasing your hands...
Tasty pizza but very small parking space... The ocean view and the nice pizza will probably make you want to go again...
Tip: bring something to tie your hair up if they're long because the outside Seating may be a little windy as this restaurant is right in front of the beach...
4.5 based on 121 reviews
I've been coming here for years, and food and Deserts are consistently great. They have now expanded to a second floor, which takes care of the overflow. The other great thing is that it is a super place to establish a meet.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
Restaurante muito legal em São Luís-MA, durante o dia uma vista maravilhosa para praia de São Marcos, na verdade um restaurante com uma vista linda, comida boa, ótimo atendimento, uma bela experiência.
4.5 based on 378 reviews
We really enjoyed to have dinner in this place because food was fresh and many locals were eating there too. The waiter is a nice middle aged man who looked after his customers. Caipi were very well prepared! Nice place close to a square with entertainment at night.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Even non-vegetarians will love this place - my boyfriend wants to go here all the time. Gafanhotos is pretty much the only option for vegetarians in Sao Luis that want to lunch out. This is completely okay by me, as the food is tasty, fresh and full of flavor. It even has a little supermarket in the back corner, where you can buy several vegetarian meat substitutes etc. Great place!
4.5 based on 402 reviews
I had a grate surprise, because i thought That was a Meat house, but the chef'S sugestion was the codfish. And it was realy excelent.
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