Chef Alex Atala’s Dalva e Dito is steps away from his flagship D.O.M. The restaurant serves ultra-perfected Brazilian comfort food. Simple food made by a huge brigade. Dalva e Dito’s open kitchen has very separate food stations, including one entirely devoted to sous vide. The space designed by Marcelo Rosenbaum, is nothing short of beautiful. Modern, but not in a tired all-white minimalistic way. Very Brazilian, but not in a folksy or tacky way.
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