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This is a container shopping center... open and innovative, each corner has a dofferent ambient and... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
Victor S
Sao Paulo, SP
via mobile
Nice options, very convenient

The food park has a lot of options to eat and have dessert, although the average ticket is a little... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2017
Sao Paulo, SP
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18 Jun 2018
“Great surprise!”
14 Feb 2017
“Nice options, very convenient”
Vila Butantan is an innovative leisure and shopping center which has come to revitalize the city. Situated in the neighborhood of Butantã, the structure is composed of recycled marine containers. With a modern and inviting layout, the center is a...more
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Rua Lemos Monteiro 206 | Butanta, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 05501-050, Brazil
+55 11 3564-8731
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Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

This is a container shopping center... open and innovative, each corner has a dofferent ambient and sell things that you would not imagine on a container shopping center... a must see in sao paulo!

Thank Victor S
Reviewed 14 February 2017

The food park has a lot of options to eat and have dessert, although the average ticket is a little expensive (R$ 30). It's very convenient to have different types of food in a same location, which helps when you are with a lot of...More

1  Thank prifalcarella
Reviewed 30 August 2016

I would not recommend the foreign tourist to go to this place especially but it is worth a visit if a local person takes you or your hotel is nearby. It has a laid back feel and attracted people of all ages and lots of...More

Thank Paulista668
Reviewed 13 September 2015

It is open air, don't go with bad weather, you'll have to sit in the rain and wind. There is no parking, you have to park in the building on the other side of the street, expensive. If you are going with children, the block...More

Thank Carolajun
Reviewed 27 August 2015

Very casual and affordable. It´s an easy place to go, grab a bite, stay for an hour and go. Some small food trucks and food stalls selling burguers, burritos, pasta, peruvian food, cakes, sweets and so on. Often there is wine and craft beer too....More

Reviewed 16 June 2015

My first Food Truck experience could not have been better, as the park hosts a variety of food trucks and tents for you to choose from. Sunny Saturday lunch - the perfect weather for the venue, to sit in the long wooden tables outside shared...More

1  Thank Ricardo G
Reviewed 9 June 2015

I went two times in the Butantan Food Park, in São Paulo. The first time was just me and my friend to meet. I was very curious because i thought that would see many beautiful food trucks, but i saw just two or three, I...More

1  Thank Josiane V
Reviewed 27 December 2014

If you want experience the local food and culture, this is an easy way. There is more than 20 food trucks to choose from and the atmosphere is fun. It is open until 22:00 on weekends and a popular place to grab a bite. It...More

Thank Renette891
Reviewed 12 August 2014 via mobile

Loved the food park. A bit more expensive but worth it. I went with a college and we spent half a day there just trying out the different kinds of food. Really recommend a visit.

1  Thank Petra D
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Butantã is home to the main campus of São Paulo’s
University, and this neighbourhood has a very
different feel from the rest of the city. Within a
huge green space, covering around eight million square
meters, you can feel the fresh air while mingling with
recreational athletes exercising along the streets of
the university complex. Outside the university, there
is a more residential area where you can see children
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