The young chef of the Tempero restaurant, born under the military dictatorship in Brazil, saw poverty and inequality. Today, she puts her warm character at the service of a popular but tasty cuisine, welcoming her customers in her little corner of paradise with a good dose of conviviality. His restaurant, whose name, Tempero, means “spices” in Portuguese, has become an address that we share with friends and is already well known among professional critics. Here, in this little frequented district of the 13th district of Paris, no expensive products. For the cook, who grew up in the land of the favelas, eating well and eating well must remain accessible to all budgets.