Casa do Churro
Holder of the patent for the maçã do amor (love apple) and responsible for bringing the churros recipe to Brazil, Casa do Churro offers a variety of this delicious treat on their menu. From the traditional format to the wheel, flavors range from savory to sweet.
Creators of the maçã do amor recipe (patented in 1959), a copy of the official document hangs on the spot for all to see.
In addition to the classic churro, the pastry shop offers a double filling menu option in different sizes. The very popular churro in roda is traditional in Spain, where it is served with a thick chocolate sauce (which can also be ordered separate).
From traditional flavors such as dulce de leche and brigadeiro (Brazilian chocolate fudge) to the unusual (like codfish), Casa do Churro operates at two locations in the eastern zone, in the neighborhoods of Tatuapé and Mooca.