Got hungry and really into eating a sandwich in a very good hamburger restaurant? We have made a selection not only with one, but some of the best hamburger restaurants in the city. Check it out! For all tastes!
If there is something that makes São Paulo one of the most visited cities is the variety of hamburger restaurants that it has. Some of them remain open up to the wee hours; they serve breakfast to a lot of people who go out to have fun all over the city all night long or people who are starting the day. Of the most varied prices and types, the sandwiches have several sizes and it is possible to add other ingredients to them.
In São Paulo, vegans do not get hungry, because hamburger restaurants like St. Louis Burgers serve vegetarian sandwiches as well as traditional burgers with lots of meat.
One of the oldest hamburger restaurants in the city is Seu Oswaldo. Located in the Ipiranga neighborhood, 48 years ago, Seu Oswaldo has served many people in a very simple and friendly atmosphere. The friendly gentleman, after which the establishment is named, is a reference in good service and in the quality of his sandwiches, which remain with the same recipe. At very inviting prices the sandwiches are served on a counter, in a very relaxed way. The classic blue and white tiles provide a lively atmosphere to the diner. On the menu the “cheese bacon”, “calabrese cheese” and the traditional “cheese salad” sandwiches may be found.
Located on Rua da Consolação, Hamburguer do Sujinho (with a very peculiar name, for “sujinho” means dirty) is a good option for those who wish to taste good sandwiches on the vicinities of Avenida Paulista. In addition to traditional and handmade sandwiches, customers can choose grilled meat, beirute (Brazilian sandwich inspired by Lebanese and Syrian cuisine), baked potatoes, hot dogs, salads and, after all that, order some of the desserts from the menu – which is huge, by the way. A good choice of dessert is “Ninho de Amor” – a meringue with chopped fruits, topped with chocolate syrup, whipped cream and chocolate chips. You do not need to be upset about being on a diet and not wanting to stray from it during the visit to Sujinho, as they also serve low fat sandwiches. Good to know!
Those in love with the golden years usually go to Zé do Hamburguer, in Perdizes. The diner style makes up the architecture of the restaurant as it is the meeting point of the people who enjoy the 50’s. The dishes are neatly prepared. Among them are Diner Burger and Batata do Zé, fries topped with cheddar, bacon and cheese gratin. The menu always has something new! If you’ve never had a Green Corn Milk Shake, that’s where you should go. If this idea does not entice you, you can order a flavored Coke. That’s right! Choose one of the two units: one on Caiubi Street, 1450 and another on Itapicuru Street, 417. Bon appetit!
Make use of these tips and go visit the hamburger restaurants. Then, tell us about your experience!
St. Louis Burguer Shop
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Address: Padre João Manuel Street, 974 – Jardim Paulista.
Phone: (11) 2368-6192
Hamburgueria do Seu Oswaldo – (cash only)
Adress: Bom Pastor Street, 1659 – Ipiranga (next to Parque da Independência) – Southern region – São Paulo.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Hamburgueria do Sujinho
Address: Maceió Street, 64 – Consolação (next to Tom Jazz) – Southern region – São Paulo.
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m.; Fridays and Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Phone: (11) 3231-5207
Zé do Hamburguer
Address: Caiubi Street, 1450 and Itapicuru Street, 419 – Perdizes (next to PUC) – Western region – São Paulo.
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday and Sundays from 12 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Fridays and Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 4 a.m.; Sundays, from 12 a.m. to 1 a.m. (11) 3672-5532 / 3868-4884