Really nice clean coffee house with great atmosphere. Unfortunately the staff is not well trained and speak any other language than port. All in all , still very nice place to have a break. Good wifi connection as well.
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Went to have a coffee here and the place is simple because the value is in the coffee... great variety, good quality and a service that could be better, if you are lucky, you have the possiblity to sit outside and watch the people walk...More
There are many places to drink a nice coffee in the Jardim Paulista area, this one has a little positive energy in it,They offer great coffees and sweets, the service is great
When I got out of the airport, after the hotel to check in my bag, this is the next place I got to. I ordered the doppio. Walked around, had lunch, returned here for another doppio. And then bought 1 kg of the coffee beans,...More
In Suplicy - Cafés Especiais, you can drink a very well extracted espresso by trained baristas, with crema in a right point. For my taste, the coffee served in the stores could be a little bit less roasted but the result is always good. There...More
I do not understand some of these reviews. I visit Sao Paulo 2-3 times a year and frequent a near by hotel. Since I am disappointed with the coffee at the hotel, I frequent Suplicy every morning for my macciato doppio. I am regularly remembered...More
Trendy place, excellent service, nice coffee; an ideal place to spend a lazy afternoon, as they have free wifi, magazines, and confy armchairs. Quite expensive, though! But you can just have a coffee and stay as long as you want!
From the grains to the product everything is well made and correct. Recommended as a good options instead of starbucks and other commercial options.
I visit Suplicy at least twice a week and I'm constantly impressed with the quality of the coffee drinks, the service and the informal, welcoming atmosphere. It's my favorite coffee bar in São Paulo (which, despite the claims of another reviewer DOES have a long-standing...More
Suplicy has always benefitted from it's location in upscale Jardins, amongst people who frequently mistake attitude for quality. São Paulo doesn't have a long-standing coffee house tradition, meaning that people didn't have much of a reference point to allow them to judge Suplicy's coffee on...More