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For those who want healthy and light options to enjoy the season, restaurants in the city offer very tasty suggestions, including salads and special dishes.

Summer has arrived and, as usual, it is one of the seasons when people are most dedicated to body care and nutrition. For those who want healthy and light options to enjoy the season, restaurants in the city offer very tasty suggestions, including salads and special dishes.

A good request from Aloha Ni Hao (Águas Claras) is poke, a traditional Hawaiian dish. The house offers the option to assemble, from R$48.90, and customize the dish with your favorite ingredients, with more than 50 items to choose from. The restaurant even has more than 30 side dishes available to complete the bowl, such as beets, carrots, cashews, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, crispy corn, peas, quinoa and more. Available on delivery.

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THE Don Romano (Lago Sul, Asa Norte and Águas Claras) serves delicious salads, such as Caprese speciale (R$56): sliced ​​tomatoes, burrata, basil and pesto; and Allegro (R$ 46): mix of leaves, dried tomato, raw ham, parmesan, almonds and honey mustard sauce are some of the suggestions. Other highlights on the menu are the baked salmon (R$73): salmon fillet baked in herb sauce, accompanied by rice with broccoli; and the AL Limone (R$57): grilled chicken breast served with caper and lemon butter, and one of the house side dishes to choose from.

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At the Blend Boucherie (412 Norte) the highlights are the salads: Caesar (R$ 39.90): iceberg lettuce, Caesar sauce, seasoned breadcrumbs and parmesan crock; and Caprese (R$ 39.90): Roma tomato, buffalo mozzarella, black olives, basil and truffle oil with black garlic. The house offers the option of adding grilled chicken breast in cubes (R$20.90) and filet mignon in cubes (R$25.90).

At the very italian (412 Norte) the highlights are the insalata Caesar (R$ 39.90): iceberg lettuce, caesar sauce, grana padano, seasoned panko farofa and parmesan crock; and insalata Caprese (R$39.90): roma tomato, buffalo mozzarella, black olive tapenade and basil pesto. Another order is the bruschetta trio (R$ 43.90): brie with apricot jam and sliced ​​almonds, three mushrooms with goat cheese and the traditional bruschetta with roma tomato, red onion, garlic, olive oil and fresh basil.

For those who like pasta, the Rondelli Positano (R$ 71.90): spinach pasta, stuffed with buffalo mozzarella, dried tomato and arugula in Neapolitan sauce; and the Cannelloni Vegani (R$82.90): thin slices of eggplant, stuffed with three mushrooms and vegetables in a Neapolitan sauce with spinach are excellent options.

At the Le Parisien, one of the most requested is the refreshing Steak Tartare (starter – R$54 | main – R$82): raw beef cut into small cubes and seasoned with a delicious sauce of mustard, capers, pickles and onions, accompanied by a mini salad frisée lettuce and french fries. To share, a tasty cured salmon carpaccio (R$66): served with cucumber gelatin, pistou, sago in soy sauce and toast. There is also the Le Parisien Salad (R$ 29): mix of lettuce, tomato confit, orange supreme, smoked cup farofa and dijon mustard vinaigrette.


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