Find out what Diner restaurants to try in Campinas. Campinas (Portuguese pronunciation: [kɐ̃ˈpinɐs], Plains or Meadows) is a Brazilian municipality in São Paulo State, part of the country's Southeast Region. According to the 2010 Census, the city's population is 1,080,999, making it the fourteenth most populous Brazilian city and the third most populous municipality in São Paulo state. The city's metropolitan area, Metropolitan Region of Campinas, contains twenty municipalities with a total population of 3,656,363 people.
Things to do in Campinas
4 based on 338 reviews
I enjoyed my lunch at The Fifties, the food was good, and the service was prompt and polite. Can't ask for much more. Atmosphere is great too, place is well decorated.
4 based on 339 reviews
Like its franchise, it has very good burgers. Not many choices, but, the ones there are good. But unlike some of its franchise restaurants which are built inside containers, this one is a restaurant. It even tries to make it look like a fancy restaurant, with very nice service. But, the acoustics of the place is terrible, and it is very loud. If you are there for a business lunch, you will have to shout to have a conversation. Also, do not ask for the stuff on the menu that are not burgers. They look very nice, but, come on!!! You are in a burger place, hence, don't expect that that are good in other stuff. I have tried, and it was a mistake. But their burgers, although simple, are very good. Worth a try.
4 based on 110 reviews
Are you in the mood for a decent burger? In a hurry? Since the early 70's, Patropi is one of the most traditional burger joints in town. At the beginning, it was fast a food trailer and a huge parking lot. These days you might eat in the car, the same fashion it began, or sit at open air tables. The Menu is comprehensive, I doubt there is a combination you can't find. The burgers are good and prices in the affordable range.Always a good option, for a quick meal (although I've seen people staying long at the tables)
4 based on 391 reviews
Tried this place out for lunch. Atmosphere was American 50's/60's burger/diner restaurant. Had a "Detroit" burger, onion rings, and a soda. Burger was very good. Only complaint - lots of bun, not as much meat as on the menu picture. Cost was R$ 47.50, about $19 USD.
4 based on 284 reviews
One of the best burgers I already ate !!!! The place is cool and super casual...They dont have a lot of options of burgers tho... There're 5 types and u can add extra stuff... including 2 types of veggie burgers!! Oh and the fries are also so good!!! They have a awesome mayo too!!! Yum yum!They also have different types of beer but I want drinking alcohol so I cant tell about it... but.. I really recommend it!!! Thanks for the comments!Hope to see you soon!
4 based on 96 reviews
In a comfy and fun environment, you, your family and your friends will enjoy the night, chat, drink tasty beverages and eat our delicious burgers.
First of all, I would like to say that the place itself is nice and the service is really good.But still. Its not worth itThe hamburguer was no big deal. We ordered 3. The brioche bread is good. The australian, not so much. The sausage burguer was raw inside. We complained and they kindly brought another one. This time still raw on the inside, but burned on the outside. So we returned it and they didnt charged us (which was really nice). The rustic potato was so bad we didnt even eat it. Its supposed to be seasoned with rosemary. I could smell it, but I couldnt see it.All the sauces were industrialized, so we didnt even try it.The restrooms were also really dirty. The trash bin was full and there were paper tissues all over the floor.There is a kind of a balcony with great view. Too bad there was a cute cat on the lower floor plauing with a ... coacroach.Not going back for the food. But the service was really good. No complains about it.
4 based on 709 reviews
Good American-style burguers and fries, delicious milk shakes. Very enthusiastic service. A bit expensive.
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