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    Kagajin 07.09.2019
    Trio Mocoto. Songs Sort by: Bestselling. of 75 Sample this song Title Artist / Swinga Sambaby. on Samba Rock. Swinga Sambaby on Samba Rock. Listen Now $ In MP3.
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    Akisida 05.09.2019
    Twenty-six years between albums is no small gap, but Brazil's Trio Mocotó is no regular band. Since their split in , all three have remained active in music, often at the contemporary end, and their experiences show on Samba Rock, whose first track, "Voltei Amor," is almost a manifesto for the album, mixing some very swinging samba with electronica touches and even a bit of funky vocoder 8/
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    Grodal 05.09.2019
    Apr 24,  · Casual restaurant where the locals come to spend a good social time. This restaurant has been featured in Newsweek, GQ, and has been Michelin-rated. It seems to be quite an institution, but it is no tourist trap and it is far within the Sao Paulo that only /5(K).
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    Dalar 04.09.2019
    Mocotó is a restaurant of "sertaneja" food that is in Vila Medeiros, north zone of São Paulo. It was founded as a small store, in , by Jose de Almeida and today it is directed by his son, Rodrigo Oliveira. Here happens the meeting of the traditional kitchen with the .
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    Zulur 30.08.2019
    Trio Mocoto's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.
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    Gujas 03.09.2019
    Mocoto is where you can find 'the best' of a lot of brasilian food. "the best caipirihna, the best escondidiho," and a few things you haven't even heard of yet. If you don't have a car, it's going to be hard to get to Mocoto since it's located in the north of Sao Paulo near Guarulhos airport.5/5(77).
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    Vujinn 07.09.2019
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    Vudogis 08.09.2019
    International Tastes in São Paulo. São Paulo is the country's largest city and is often considered the best city for food in Brazil. São Paulo's food culture stems partly from its huge immigrant population; the city boasts the largest number of Italians outside Italy and Japanese outside Japan, but the city's culture has also been strongly influenced by its Lebanese population.
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    Mezizil 06.09.2019
    Jun 17,  · Thomas Payne The signature dish at Mocotó, one of São Paulo's most celebrated restaurants, is a hearty cow’s-heel soup by the same name. Hailing from the Brazilian backlands of the Sertão, the stew.

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