Good food, good service, really busy. The falafel with a tasty tahini sauce was probably the best I’ve ever had!
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sao paulo's arab community is more than a hundred years old and gave birth to many great venues where u can eat very well for a fair price. and halim is definitely not one of these places. the food looked and tasted like it was...More
I went to Halim’s for lunch on a Sunday and the place was packed. The reason for it is that the food is really good - traditional Lebanese fare - and the service is very prompt. I had kibbeh with salad and cheese. Healthy and...More
the food wasn't good and service too i ordered table and Lebanese barbecue first the tabouleh don’t taste good and not fresh and the kafta & meat my first time i eat the most disgusting barbecue ever
This is a large, open and relaxed place at the eastern end of Avenida Paulista, close to tourist attractions like the Japan House, Casas das Rosas and Itau cultural centers as well the Oswaldo Cruz and Santa Catarina hospitals. We had a typical lunch –...More
This is the place to have a food break when chilling out at Paulista avenue in São Paulo. They have the amazing and unknown by most Brazilians Uzzi. A huge pastry filled with lamb meat, rice, nuts and spices. It is absolute food porn. The...More
I have never such a great Arab or Lebanese food anywhere. And served in the best rodizio style with plenty of choices and eat as much as you like. Excellent quality. Will definitely revisit when next time in Sao Paulo. Highly recommended!
A traditional place in the Lebanese portion of town since 1969, Halim accomplishes what he promises to be - a simple, comfortable Lebanese restaurant serving great, cheap, abundant honest Lebanese food for friendly prices. The menu is eclectic and offers the clients the option to...More