Because São Paulo isn't on the ocean, most restaurants here don't base their reputations on seafood, but Amadeus is an exception. Appetizers such as fresh oysters and salmon and endive with mustard, and entrées like shrimp in cognac sauce make it a challenge to find better fruits of the sea elsewhere in town. The restaurant is popular with the business-lunch crowd.
Nov 30, 2008
This is considered to be the best sea food restaurant in SP. It's on the expensive side, but well worth it. They are open every day of the week, in spite of what the Fodors review says to the contrary.