Bonito/MS will delight you not only because of its natural beauties, but also because of its gastronomy. The city is full of places to eat, and eat well. From the traditional regional restaurants which serve freshwater fish, to the tapioca kiosks in the main square, snacks, pizzas, and even places with exotic meats, you'll find options to every taste here.
Those who come to Bonito, especially during this time between November and December, when there's plenty of guavira, can not leave without trying this typical Brazilian cerrado fruit. On the outside it resembles a guava, but the taste is totally different from any other fruit. In honor of the 13th Festival of Guavira we have made a selection of some places where you can savor this tradition as sweets, dishes and drinks.