At Di Cunto they take Italian food seriously. It is a family that treats each of the approximately 900 items on the menu with extreme care. They have all kinds of breads, sweet pastry, cappelletti pasta, sfogliatelle, seasoned round beef, you name it.
I go there since I was a little girl, with my parents, to buy the most special lunches for the family. They do a genius job! And all this happens in a little street in Mooca neighborhood, which is famous today.
They have the rotisserie with Di Cunto products, always crammed with families on weekends getting their supplies for a typical Italian lunch or dinner.
And then there’s the excellent restaurant, with salads, pasta, sauces, meats, all in great amounts - that abundance that Italian cuisine deserves.
From Ipiranga, where I lived, it was easy to take Paes de Barros Street to get there, because Mooca and Ipiranga are very close neighborhoods, but access through Downtown is also easy.
I recommend it a lot it you want to go back to Italian roots and get your hands on some prime pasta.