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Published: October  16, 2014

Maní

A whimsical, seasonally driven menu of rotating menus by chef Helena Rizzo begins with molecular version of the Waldorf salad, figo-cheese lollipops and tartare of scallops prepared in the most ingenious of culinary artistry. Main dishes include variations of filet mignon, lychees filled with foie gras and local fish presentations in ways you’d never expect.

You wouldn’t guess from the exterior of this Jardim eatery with its white stucco farmhouse façade that it was one of the city’s top molecular gourmands. Through a front courtyard with singular shade tree and simple wood signage, visitors walk a long corridor lined in a whimsical mural above a 30-ft. reclaimed wood bench. A series of small parlor lounges home to a wine cellar and library lead to the main dining room with its rafter ceiling and open architecture that leads to a series of additional outdoor dining rooms. 

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Address :

Maní Rua Joaquim Antunes, 210 - Jd. Paulistano São Paulo-Brasil

Phone :

+55 11 30854148

Hours :

noon-3:00 PM, Tue-Thu: 8:00 PM -11:30 PM noon: 3:00 PM 8:30 PM Fri: 1:00 PM -4:00 PM, 8:30 PM-12:30 AM Sat: 1:00 PM -4:30 PM

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Published: October  16, 2014

Maní

A whimsical, seasonally driven menu of rotating menus by chef Helena Rizzo begins with molecular version of the Waldorf salad, figo-cheese lollipops and tartare of scallops prepared in the most ingenious of culinary artistry. Main dishes include variations of filet mignon, lychees filled with foie gras and local fish presentations in ways you’d never expect.

You wouldn’t guess from the exterior of this Jardim eatery with its white stucco farmhouse façade that it was one of the city’s top molecular gourmands. Through a front courtyard with singular shade tree and simple wood signage, visitors walk a long corridor lined in a whimsical mural above a 30-ft. reclaimed wood bench. A series of small parlor lounges home to a wine cellar and library lead to the main dining room with its rafter ceiling and open architecture that leads to a series of additional outdoor dining rooms.