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
From Noma to Twins Garden, these are the 12 new entries to The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019 list
Bar do Cofre is set within the vault of one of São Paulo’s most historic banks
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.
“We need to think about the amount of litter we’re producing, the water we use, the quantity of food we’re wasting. What will happen in the future?”
“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.”
A fresh generation of chefs and a spectacular natural larder has put the continent’s foodie scene on the map. But which city is leading the pack?
I worked as an editor and reporter for Latin America at Bloomberg News from 2008 to 2012 and contributed to Bloomberg Markets from 2005. Most of my writing can only be found on the Bloomberg Terminal (subscriber-only) but the following is a selection from Bloomberg.com
Luciano Tavares’s hedge fund came out near the top of recent rankings of peers thanks to his unusual view of Brazil.
Brazil’s benchmark Bovespa index mostly rode out the turmoil in global markets in the year following the onset of the credit crunch