Find out what Brazilian restaurants to try in Valinhos. Valinhos (Portuguese pronunciation: [vaˈliɲus]) is a municipality (municipio) in the state of São Paulo, Brazil. It is the birthplace of Adoniran Barbosa. Valinhos is famous for its purple fig, the theme of its annual Fig Fest. It is part of the Metropolitan Region of Campinas. The population is 120,258 (as of 2015) in an area of 148.54 square kilometres (57.35 square miles). Its elevation is 660 m (2,165.35 ft). Its name means 'little valleys' in Portuguese.
Things to do in Valinhos
4 based on 52 reviews
Otimo local para saborear bons lanches e porÃ§Ãµes, acompanhados por cervejas, sucos e refrigerantes. SÃ£o pratos bem servidos e bem elaborados. Em epoca de frio pode-se degustar umas boas sopas e caldos. Atendimento muito bom, com seus garÃ§ons super educados e prestativos.
4 based on 56 reviews
O bolinho de bacalhau Ã© uma delÃcia... O lugar Ã© animado. Muitas pessoas frequentam semanalmente o local.Vale a pena conferir!
4 based on 65 reviews
Eating here is witness the encounter of great country food and ambience. Families enjoying their children and relatives, good meat, rice and beans.I strongly recommend to every visitor stop a couple of hours in this place. You will experience the best of Brazil.Perfect service and the food price is very reasonable.
4 based on 64 reviews
If you are nearby, you can't miss this place: relaxing atmosphere, delicious fruit juices, fresh fruit as well as some fruit preserves, honey, jams and pickles. You have to try their "coxinha" - specially made of cassava (a local variation of a traditional Brazilian snack).
4 based on 122 reviews
O restaurante Ã© uma boa opÃ§Ã£o para quem estÃ¡ em trÃ¢nsito e precisa de um almoÃ§o rÃ¡pido numa regiÃ£o central e de fÃ¡cil acesso. Comida variada e com opÃ§Ãµes de carne. PreÃ§o justo. Recomendo.
4 based on 64 reviews
Lanchonete fica localizada num mall em Valinhos, em uma das avenidas mais movimentadas na cidade (em frente a antiga estaÃ§Ã£o ferroviÃ¡ria / museu). Apenas meia dÃºzia de vagas na frente (a opÃ§Ã£o Ã© estacionar do outro lado da avenida numa rua de chÃ£o batido). Local Ã© pequeno, com mesas externas (uma pequena praÃ§a de alimentaÃ§Ã£o) e poucas internas (sofÃ¡). Especialidade sÃ£o os hamburgers que sÃ£o ofertados em combos (a bebida pode ser um chopp Itaipava). Pedi um de picanha, que acompanhou fritas com a bebida (30,00). Batata estava bem feita, hamburger saboroso, bem equilibrado com as cebolas, pepino agri-doce. Sabor um pouco amanteigado, mas nada que diminuÃsse o sabor. Carne ao ponto (suculenta e rosada por dentro).Ponto realmente a melhorar Ã© a estrutura do local, com ventilador que hora funcionava, hora parava (parte interna da lanchonete extremamente quente). Atendimento foi rÃ¡pido e cortes. Se melhor o ambiente, volto com certeza!
4 based on 134 reviews
I like the lunch options there. Salad table is quite vast and food tastes as home made.Desert options are also very good.And price is very honest to what is offered.Thank you for sharing your opnion. The customers opnions are highly valued in Adonioran.AbraÃ§os.
4 based on 618 reviews
We were in the Campinas area, near Valinhos, and we were taken to lunch outdoors at the edge of the city. You'll see a bunch of bamboo trees --indeed Bambuzal means bamboo trees--and a lot of cars, and happy people exitiing. This was a very hopeful sign.Inside the sumptuous setting you will find an eating experience unlike anything you've ever seen, And the best part is that all the dishes are prepared with special care ---the inside room with the incredible salads and appetizers (try the spicy green salad), then you come outside and the tender, succulent steaks coming off the grill, the clay pots of feijoada, chicken, pork dishes, pastas, empanadas, you name it --it is here. Some of my favorite dishes were the grilled chicken, roasted caulflower, and sliced roast beef. Where do you go wrong?You take the blue slip of paper, they weigh your food. You order any drinks --including caipirihinas which I had and an ice cold glass of guarana, the national drink. Then you really have to pace yourself for the dessert room. These aren't just gummy impersonal cakes ---you need to try homemade Brazilian desserts, and this from a country that cherishes sweets: a coconut meringue, a creamy dulce de leche, candied figs (you are in the capital of figs, enomous things too!), walnut cakes, etc. You can even try the gelato.How can you ever pass up an experience here --especially on a weekend lunch/brunch. Come in hungry!
4 based on 415 reviews
I like to stop by at Caiu do Ceu when I'm in a hurry just to eat fast. They have a pretty food range of juices and their sandwich is small but goodThe Pasteis is average
4 based on 307 reviews
Although they call it pizza bar and the pizza indeed is delicious, in fact we love their barbecue, always done in a carefull manner, good portions and reasonable prices. The draft beer (chopp) is very good and also the limited but good wine selection. It seems the real differential is the carefull and close watch from the owner, who monitors all details and supervise services, visiting clients at the table. Definitively a must go.
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