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Butantã is home to the main campus of São Paulo’s University, and this neighbourhood has a very different feel from the rest of the city. Within a huge green space, covering around eight million square meters, you can feel the fresh air while mingling with recreational athletes exercising along the streets of the university complex. Outside the university, there is a more residential area where you can see children playing. A hot spot in the neighbourhood is the Food Truck Park, where people from all over town head to taste mouthwatering meals and desserts.
The 3 museums and surroundings are well maintained. I recommend to parents and teachers to schedule a 3 to 4 hour visit with the children. Has Food Truck on site. The highlight is the Museum of Microbiology and interaction with the public. The museum with live specimens (Herpeto fauna, officinas) is also legal. And the historical museum gives us a...
Took a drive / walk around the campus - it is HUGE! Stopped to see a sculpture by Tomie Ohtake Had a nice walk in a quiet green area. The University was closed for the Summer so, we were unable to tour inside but, walking around outside was enjoyable.
$$ - $$$ • Peruvian, Latin, Seafood, South American
"Better than Rinconcito Peruano"
reviewed October 9, 2017 by Daniel V
Excellent food, service and reasonable prices. We have visited this place a couple of times with family and friends (including a three-year old boy). Food has always been spectacular, especially their ceviche and Leche de Tigre. Service is friendly, fast and helpful. This is one of our favorite restaurants in Sao Paulo. A hidden jewel.
"The Estrela do Butanta – An Restaurant Institution with Long Tradition Frequented by Famous Musician Raul Seixas"
reviewed April 13, 2018 by Immanuel_Fruhmann
The Estrela do Butanta is a very nice restaurant with a long tradition. Established in 1964 this place is an institution where also the famous musician Raul Seixas used to stay (born in Salvador but died in Sao Paulo), whose song texts, at least many of them, were written by the then yet widely unknown Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho, who...