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Leitaria da Quinta do Paço is a centenary pastry shop that, over the years, has gained fame by imposing the quality of its products and making its mark in the history of the city of Porto. By having a more daring and creative approach, we seek to explore different types of products, and always respond to customers’ wishes and needs. A symbol of sweetness, memories, and tradition, LQP’s centenary éclairs are now seen as a reference in the market. With eleven shops open from the North to the South of Portugal, Leitaria da Quinta do Paço is prepared and committed to maintaining its continuous growth over the next 100 years.

100 Years of History

A Leitaria da Quinta do Paço nasceu em Paços de Ferreira, em 1920. Foi a primeira marca, na região do Norte, a vender leite pasteurizado em garrafas de vidro, posteriormente distribuídos pelas vendedoras de rua no Porto. Na década de 60, começamos a produzir a manteiga, o queijo, os iogurtes e – marcando um ponto de viragem para a Leitaria da Quinta do Paço, que se destacou com a novidade que tinha chegado à cidade – o chantilly. Leitaria da Quinta do Paço was born in Paços de Ferreira, in 1920. It was the first brand, in the Northern region, to sell pasteurized milk in glass bottles, later distributed by street sellers in Porto. In the 1960s, we started producing butter, cheese, yogurts and – marking a turning point for Leitaria da Quinta do Paço, which stood out with the novelty that had arrived in the city – Chantilly. In 2014, the first franchised store was opened: the store located in Norteshopping – one of the most successful shopping centers in Portugal. Recently, we arrived in Lisbon and opened two more shops. Learn more about the history of Leitaria da Quinta do Paço on its Wikipedia page.

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This concept is based on traditional table service, with the main seating area and an open-air terrace (when possible), being the counter sales reserved for take-away.

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