Frevo History
Over 50 years of tradition

Established in 1956 on Oscar Freire Street , the FREVO Restaurant is a part of São Paulo’s history.

With its traditional Beirutes (pita bread sandwiches) and impeccable service, FREVO has been attracting successive generations over the past 50 years to enjoy its sandwiches in fun and family environment.

The city has grown and developed and FREVO has kept pace with the opening of two new locations on Augusta Street and in the Iguatemi Shopping Center.

We take pride in our commitment to offering high quality sandwiches combining our tradition with contemporary values. Much effort and dedication has gone in to writing a story like ours, with so many accomplishments. The same approach is now being used for planning the next 50 years.


Restaurant Curiosities

* Ayrton Senna da Silva, our Ayrton Senna from Brazil, when in São Paulo, would always stop by for a Beirute at Frevo.

* Once, when the restaurant was being renovated, clients would stop at the door to ensure that none of its distinguishing features would be changed.

Frevinho Language

Fish Tale

Cold, smooth draught beer drawn the Frevo way. Fish Tale is also the shape of the restaurant’s beer glasses.


Vanilla ice-cream with Frevo “cassava & nut” topping and chocolate syrup.