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Restaurant tip in Serra Gaucha

Before traveling to Serra Gaúcha, I was already looking forward to getting to know the Josephine in Lawn. I had heard a lot of praise about the restaurant and so I had high expectations. I’m scared to death when I do this even without meaning to because the disappointment can be very big, but that’s not what happened. I really liked Josephina Café and I tell you why in this post.


When we arrived at Josephina in Gramado, We were immediately surprised by the decoration of the place.. All the objects seemed to be there for some reason, they seemed to carry a story with them. Then I found out it was just that. The safe in the men’s room, for example, was family owned, as were the vinyls on the walls.

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The place chosen to be the restaurant also has a lot of story to tell, since the home was built by the owners great-grandfather in the 1930s. In fact, Josephina was the matriarch of the family and she even owns some of the recipes served there.

By the way, we managed to try a lot from the menu at Josephina in Gramado and everything was wonderful. starting with couvert, which had butter, spreads and olivesbut what really impressed me at the beginning of lunch were the breads. Serious! Had a homemade bread that was delicious. I want one of those everyday.

Josephina in Gramado (Photo: This World is Ours)

Josephina in Gramado (Photo: This World is Ours)

Then, we went to the entrance, which was a salad with mixed leaves, Minas cheese and cherry tomato (BRL 39*). Next, we try a recipe created by Josephina herself: creamy polenta with bolognese sauce, basil and gratin cheese (R$ 45*) which was sensational. For the main course, we ate gorgonzola risotto with fillet in raspberry sauce (R$68*), which was also delicious. The sauce was amazing and it paired perfectly with the gorgonzola. All accompanied by a refreshing clericot.

Josephina in Gramado (Photo: This World is Ours)

Josephina in Gramado (Photo: This World is Ours)

Josephina in Gramado (Photo: This World is Ours)

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For dessert, we tried the lemon pie and the brigadeiro in the little pot.

Josephina in Gramado (Photo: This World is Ours)

I loved the visit to Josephina in Gramado! It was really worth it. It’s not a very cheap restaurant, but it’s not too far-fetched either. The food is good and the service is also great.

Do you have any questions about Jasephina in Gramado? Leave it in the comments!

*Prices were consulted in April 2018


Address: R. Pedro Benetti, 22 – Gramado RS
Phone: 54 – 3286-9778
From Tuesdays to Sundays from 11:30 am to 11:00 pm
Official site

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** The journalists traveled at the invitation of the Due Agencybut the accounts given here reflect their real experiences.

Adolfo Nomelini

Journalist graduated from PUC-SP and post-graduated in Communication in Digital Media, he is passionate about music, coxinha, television, his glasses and the internet. He has been working with online content for more than 13 years and spends much of his time “throwing his body out into the world, walking around and, by the natural law of encounters, leaving and receiving a little”.

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