Dani Noce creates desserts for the Brunch of Paribar


São Paulo can be proud of having a restaurant / bar on its land with a lot of history to tell. Created in 1949 in the center of São Paulo, the Paribar it was a meeting point for artists, intellectuals, journalists and bohemians throughout the 50s, 60s and 70s. From Chico Buarque to Mick Jagger, the “Pastificio, Ristorante e Bar”, the name that gave rise to the affectionate nickname, has always remained in the proposal to gather and celebrate life with good food.
Today, Paribar is commanded by chef / entrepreneur Luiz Campiglia, who bet on the classic elements of the place, such as the green and white awning and the marble facade. It is in this warm and inviting environment that Dani Noce’s desserts will be. During Sunday brunches *, the restaurant Jazz Festival Manouche, with lots of music and delicious food from 11am.
But okay, I’ll talk about what you really want to know! Dani’s sweets; D
There are three options for brunch: Pancake, Verrine de Granola and Pavlova. All recipes were developed by Dani and who will reproduce them is the Paribar kitchen team, following the standard I Could Kill For Dessert quality 😛
The pancake is very fluffy, made with banana in the dough and served with a delicious buttered orange syrup. To make everything even more delicious, they accompany whipped cream whipped with orange zest. I could almost feel their smell invading the environment; D
Another option is the homemade Granola Verrine, made with flaxseed, chia, goji berry – Do you know that very crunchy granola? Imagine it interspersed with Greek yogurt and berries. Salivated? Me too. This is a well-served granola, meaning two people can enjoy every spoonful!
Now, if you want a dessert of those daydreaming, better choose Pavlova! Filled with lemon cream and covered with a marinade of red fruits, with that special touch of balsamic vinegar to enhance the flavor. And of course, to finish, a splash of lemon zest. Very citrus and the way Dani likes it and that you will surely love!
Liked? Get ready for an unforgettable Sunday brunch, call your friends and enjoy every minute!
* The Manouche festival runs until mid-July.

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