By Jean-Georges Vongerichten
It is right here, at Palácio Tangará, where Multi Michelin starred Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten decided to open his very first restaurants in South America. The chef’s signature fusion of French and Asian gastronomy has adopted a Brazilian influence. An exclusive chef’s table, private dining room, verdant terrace and elegant wine cellar offer lavish venues for enjoying his refined menus before or after a drink at the Pool Bar or Burle Bar.
Located in the ground floor of the hotel, overlooking the verdant expanse of Burle Marx Park, Tangará Jean-Georges offers a supremely elegant setting and exclusive gourmet dining experience by Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Sumptuous, stylish interiors and a panoramic outdoor terrace overlooking Burle Marx park and the hotel's swimming pool.
Allow yourself to discover the exclusive six-course menu of Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten in his only restaurant in South America.
Palácio Tangará's traditional Sunday Brunch served at Pateo do Palácio restaurant in a la carte style.
A traditional European tea served Monday–Saturday either indoors by the piano or on the stunning terrace overlooking Burle Marx Park’s tropical foliage.
The Pool Bar is open exclusively for hotel guests and SOU members and presents a fine selection of wines and small plates and Pool BBQ on Saturdays (subject to weather conditions).
Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s menus are served at one of Palácio Tangará’s restaurants. Jean-Georges has led a stellar career in Michelin-starred kitchens around the globe and owns and operates over 30 restaurants in New York and Paris, Shanghai and Tokyo and elsewhere— many of which possess Michelin stars. His partnership with Oetker Collection at Palácio Tangará is his first venture in South America.