Perched on the corner right beside Ibirapuera Park, this café is all about freshness and wellbeing. The menu is rife with endless salad varieties (Mango Chicken being the big hit), healthy organic meals, sandwiches and all kinds of exotic Brazilian fruits and juices such as Cajà, Umbu, Cupuaçu, Seriguela and Jabuticaba .
On weekends, they dish up a mouth-watering breakfast buffet of fruits, cereals, wholegrain breads, juices and yogurt among other things, refueling the young, sporty crowd who frequent this place after their morning jog. The space is open air (i.e. sans walls), allowing for summer breezes to float past as you sample some “açaì na tigela” (a Brazilian delicacy made from frozen and mashed açaí palm fruit) or sip your natural coconut water. The menu alters slightly in winter, offering soups and hot beverages.