The cuisine of the Campos Gerais region was originated from the saddlebags of the muleteers, in colonial settlements and in the food habits of the prospectors of the Tibagi river. Itáytyba Ecotourism rescued this cultural approach to offer in its restaurants typical regional dishes, prepared in the charm of the wood stove with ingredients produced in the farm, from the organic-grown vegetables and spices to fruits that serve as ingredients for making homemade sweets and jam.
The Bar-Ristorante Nonno Giuseppe, located at the Pioneer’s Village, is open every day to the general public from 7:30 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.. The restaurant's menu offers typical regional and Italian cuisine, prepared with quality and luxury that you deserve.
The Bonachão Restaurant, located at the Grandpa Ivo Mini-Farm, works exclusively for groups upon advance booking and serves barbecue accompanied by salads and typical farm dishes, made with care and based on original recipes.