To finish your meal, there is nothing like coffee with sweets. The Best of sãopaulo 2014 shows up 3 restaurants that offers gourmet coffe. See below:
Bistrot de Paris
The coffe comes with brûlée, chocolat mousse and strawberries in cream. Alain Poletto (ex-Dalva e Dito) became a partner and executive chef of the establishment in 2013. He suggests standards of French cuisine such as sweet and savory crepes, cassoulet and boeuf bourguignon. The restaurant's quiet mood is even more charming on the open veranda under the sky.
The tasting has mini-sized mille-feuille, profiterole and brûlée. This welcoming bistro has intimate décor going back to the Paris of the 1920s. Whet your appetite with the small Brie cheese and fig pasties and follow them with grilled bass with Sicilian lemon dressing, accompanied by roasted pupunha palm hearts.
Brigadeiro (condensed milk with chocolate), beijinho (coconut) and pé-de-moça (peanuts) make life sweeter. The restaurant in the Hyatt Hotel (ex-Grand Caffè) has dropped its international inspiration and instead opted for a Brazilian flavor (with Italian and Iberian influences). In a formal setting, Chef Laurent Hervé serves recipes with a homey touch, such as the pork belly with baião de dois (fresh black-eyed peas and rice cooked together with chicken or beef stock and herbs) from Ceará state.