Brazil

Condé Nast Traveller: Sustainable Restaurants

In a country where the recycling rate is nowhere near that of many European nations, 29-year-old chef César Costa is blazing a trail with his no-waste, low-carbon-footprint São Paulo restaurant.

50 Best: The 10 commandments of reopening

“Businesses won’t survive if people don’t understand the value. As restaurants, we now have the opportunity to make people understand the real value of things.”

Food and Travel: Curitiba

Bustling markets, sun-soaked parks and craft beer make this lesser-known Brazilian city a great winter escape

Nat Geo Traveller: The Kilns of Cunha

At Oficina de Cerâmica, Augusto
Campos prepares for burn day by spending weeks inside the chambers of his kiln, painstakingly loading painted clay pots, jugs and vases onto shelves separated by bricks

Postcards: São Paulo’s food scene

Beyond the beach capital of Rio de Janeiro, the jungle capital of Manaus and the capital city of Brasilia, there’s São Paulo, the undisputed capital of gastronomy

Five exciting Latin American restaurants

Virgilio Martínez and Pía León, the husband-and-wife team behind three-time Best Restaurant in Latin America, Central, have – quite literally – changed the landscape with their new restaurant, Mil.

Interview: Alex Atala, D.O.M.

“It doesn’t surprise me that the majority of Brazilians have never eaten the Brazilian ingredients that I serve. There’s a disconnection between man and food.”