The Guardian (London) in its series of articles about Sao Paulo focused on Saturday (Dec.2) on how migration fuelled the city’s cuisine. Text and photographs by Victor Moryama.
São Paulo was built by successive waves of migration, from the Portuguese to the Japanese and Italians, and in more recent years Lebanese, Syrians, Palestinians and Bolivians – a diversity celebrated in its burgeoning restaurant scene
São Paulo’s cuisine is among the most diverse in South America, with each wave of immigration adding its own influence. Moryama presentes fotos of Palestinian shawarma beef, Balkan cevapi and Peruvian cebiche