Gulab Hari

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 6 reviews )

Rua Antonio Carlos 429, Consolation (at Rua Augusta), Sao Paulo, Brazil, 01309-011

Lacto-vegetarian restaurant that uses no garlic or onion. Menu offers two combos per day and changes daily. Combo 1 is Indian option, Combo 2 generally is a pasta option. Has vegan options. Previously named Gopala Hari. Open Mon-Fri 11:30am-3:00pm, Sat 12:00pm-3:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Indian

6 Reviews

First Review by Marinavs

Delicious - Edit

Delicious food with a good and fixed price. Starter, main and dessert included. Very good food.

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Delicious food - Edit

For a fixed price (something about R$36,00 on week days and R$43,00 on saturdays), you can choose one dish from the daily menu (that has two each day) or both of them (half and half), plus a salad, a dessert (only two vegan options: "banana celestial" or fruits) and a beverage (juice).
The food is delicious and every dish has its vegan version.

Pros: Delicious food, Vegan options

Cons: Crowded , Limited portion of food

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Tasty Krishna style food - Edit

I like Indian spices so to me the food was quite tasty. For my wife they served a vegan version of the meal. Only for a vegetarian restaurant the price was a bit high for the amount of / type of food. There is only option A and option B and the price is like R$15 higher than some all you can eat restaurants in SP which have way more different dishes to choose from.
After leaving the restaurant I went straight to another place down the road to get a "coixinha de jaca" to still my hunger.

Updated from previous review on 2017-04-29

Pros: Very tasty , Served nice juice

Cons: Expensive, You'll leave hungry when your apetite is +average, A bit salty or maybe it had MSG

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Bem bom! - Edit

Comida bem gostosa com pegada indiana, os pratos são bonitos e frescos.

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Excellent busy lunchtime spot - Edit

Note that Gopala Hari and Gopala Madhava are just doors apart on the same street, and sell very similar food, but they are separate businesses. They used to be in partnership but broke up some years ago, so now you have a choice of two places. Having not realised this until very recently, and only having been to Gopala Madhava before but having now tried Gopala Hari also, I'd say there's little to choose between them - they're both pretty good and always busy with lines down the stairs and out the door. A restaurant with two set meal options - one Indian, one something else e.g. Italian - including starter, dessert and juice. High quality food and plenty of it.

Pros: good food

Cons: busy

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Indian style - Edit

First vegetarian restaurant I went to. When I left, I almost had tears of joy from the discovery.
The place is welcoming decorated with hot colors, flowers and paitings. You can sit on the ground, above pillows, or at a normal table.
The food is indian, a la carte. It's open from monday to saturday. The menu changes on saturdays according to the number of the day (odd or even). There're two options everyday, but you can choose for a mix.
Ex: Option 1 - Whole grain rice, 'Dahl' peas and tofu with herbs;
Option 2 - Vegetarian lasagna and 'alu patra';
"Option 3" - Half od option 1 and half of option 2.
There's also dessert and natural juice.
The taste is amazing, some really spice, it's a nice place to explore flavours. Besides, is easy to get there, near Avenida Paulista (therefore near the subway and bus stations).

Pros: Excellent food, Nice vibe

Cons: Small place

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kennyp353 23 Feb 2014 - I think this is a review of Gopala Madhava, not Gopala Hari! Madhava has the cushions and flowers, Hari does not.  

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