Emporio Fasano is a true amusement park for food lovers in SP

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When entering the Emporio Fasano in the busy Rua Bela Cintra , right away the fruits call attention. They are beautiful, they almost look fake they are so perfect, even the garlic – yes, the simple garlic that we use so much in Brazilian stir-fry – is almost a work of art there, perfect and huge.

When a garlic catches the eye, can you imagine what comes after that? The words “our”, “wow”, “I wished” and “pre-ci-so” become constants on the three floors of the emporium. On the ground floor, in addition to the already mentioned perfect fruits and vegetables, grown by small producers, refrigerators full of meats with different cuts, a wide variety of dairy products, imported and national cheeses are also an invitation to fill the cart.

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But what really draws attention is the bakery and rotisserie – an opportunity to serve at home flavors that until then had only been found in the group’s hotels and restaurants. The showcase full of breads and sweets, such as focaccia, pepperoni bread, Italian, baguettes, cheesecake, croissant and others makes us sure that life is more fun and special with carbohydrates.

A common factor among those who frequent Empório Fasano is indecision in front of this window, which is why the phrase “one of each, please” is constant there.

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On the other hand, items such as fresh pasta and sauces, meat, fish, salads and ready-to-eat appetizers, just to be heated up when necessary and placed on the table are a doom. It is also possible to order some dishes in advance, great to receive at home without worrying about whether the food will be good!

When you take the elevator down to the first floor, the Adega is a wine connoisseur’s paradise. The specialists Manuel Beato It is Danio Braga they took great care in choosing from the more than 720 labels available. The more than 6,000 bottles distributed throughout the floor include different nationalities, catering to all tastes, especially Italian and French ones.

It is worth a stop at the mozzarella preparation area to see up close how the famous burrata with fresh cream from Fasano and walk through the shelves with products ranging from imported candies to special honey, teas, biscuits, seasonings, oils, sauces and pastas.

Highlight for the products of the Fasano brand, which in partnership with small Brazilian products developed several exclusive items and with the already famous and rigorous quality seal of the group. There are guavas, honey, teas, nuts, among others.

On the top floor, line products Fasano House, which brings together decoration and design objects, collectibles and a variety of exclusive pieces are on display. In addition to candles, blankets, pajamas, armchairs, crockery, bags and furniture, there are other products inspired by the brand’s style and identity, brought together by the attentive eye of Ana Joma Fasano .

For those who have already stayed at one of the Group’s hotels, having their bed and bath line at home becomes almost an obsession, and there it is possible to realize this – not cheap -, but incredible dream.

On the other side is the Caffe and Panetteria , with an attractive and inviting outdoor area, the menu ranges from items for breakfast or brunch. There are options like a combo with espresso or latte, fruit salad, grilled bread with butter or jam (R$49); classic cheese and ham toast (R$39); chicken pie with creamy cheese accompanied by the salad of the day (R$39).

The place also offers options for lunch or dinner, such as seafood salad (R$84), lasagna Bolognese (R$65) and gnocchi with tomato sauce (R$62).

To sweeten things up, wait for items like the irresistible red fruit cheesecake (R$24 – piece), cinnamon roll (R$14) and lemon tartelette (R$23).

The inviting open veranda has become a popular hangout at lunchtime and happy hour, with drinks like negroni (R$47), espresso martini (R$48), carajillo (R$52), beers (from R$16).


Emporio Fasano: Rua Bela Cintra, 2245 – Jardins / Phone: (11) 3896-4300 / Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, from 7:30 am to 9 pm, and on Sundays, from 8 am to 5 pm.

Source: CNN Brasil

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