Gastronomic Tour brings new dishes from chefs from Cuia, Cora and Selvagem

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Isabela Faggiani

Food lovers can organize their April calendar, as this Friday, the 5th, the second edition of the São Paulo Gastronomic Tour begins. The event, which runs until April 14, is promoted by the Brazilian Cheese World Championship and features dishes prepared for the occasion in 13 different restaurants in the capital of São Paulo.

Cuia Restaurant presents plantain gnocchi with artisan Minas cheese in chestnut sauce for the Gastronomic Tour

Cuia Restaurant presents plantain gnocchi with artisan Minas cheese in chestnut sauce for the Gastronomic Tour – Disclosure

To promote national cheeses, chefs were challenged to create new dishes that mixed the identity of their restaurants with some selected cheese. The results bring traditional recipes, with pasta, and innovative dishes, such as desserts.

Among the participating establishments is Selvagem, located in Ibirapuera Park, which offers a special bruschetta with Cangalha cheese, from Queijaria Santa Vitória. Located in Copan, Cuia, a restaurant by chef Bel Coelho, joins the itinerary with banana gnocchi with artisan Minas cheese, from Queijaria Santa Clara, in chestnut sauce.

The traditional La Casserole, a French bistro founded in 1954, is also part of the Gastronomic Route, offering a special cheese board. The new Cora, opened in 2021, innovates, bringing a dessert: iced alfajor made with biscuits, creamy guava paste, Canastra Cordilheira cheese gelato, from Quinta de Sant’Ana Queijaria e Cia, with cheese shavings.

Blue plate with small white alfajores, filled with guava paste, from Cora Reestaurante

The Cora restaurant offers, for the Gastronomic Tour, an iced alfajor made with biscuits, creamy guava paste, cheese gelato and cheese shavings – Disclosure

Other restaurants participating in the event are Mesa III, Jacarandá, Sancho Bar y Tapas, Tartuferia, Mantovani Fine Italian Bar & Cuisine, Oli Pizzas, Clementina, Bambu,

The action precedes the third edition of the Brazilian Cheese World Cup, which takes place between the 11th and 14th of April at Teatro B32, in Faria Lima, in São Paulo. The event is free and includes a producers’ fair, lectures and competitions.

Source: Folha

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