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Restaurante "Leite" opened its doors in downtown Recife in 1882! And it is fantastically still there! It is probably the longest running restaurant in the whole country! Amazing tradition! And, as a matter of fact, "Leite" is my favorite restaurant in Recife. It is a...More
Although the neighborhood is downtown area, that means, ugly, the Leite is a remarkable restaurant because it’s one of the oldest one in activity in Brazil and keeps the quality and traditional way of spending time chating while eating Portuguese Dishes very well prepared and...More
It was the gentleman sitting next to me on the flight from Brasilia, who told me that when in Recife I should absolutely go and have a meal at the restaurant 'Leite'. So when walking through the very run down Santo Antônio area of Recife...More
We ate lunch here after a visit to the "Marco Zero" and the surrounding quarters which are pretty run down. Consequently, our surprise was great when we found the Leite in this neighborhood. Waiters in white jackets and the piano man playing some romantic Latin...More
We stopped here for lunch on the way to Porto de Galinhas. I really liked it. It's kind of old fashioned, with a piano player and waiters dressed in traditional uniforms, but that is in keeping with the age of the restaurant (really old). The...More
One of the most traditional restaurants in Recife, the Leite is located in downtown and, althogh the surroundings may not seem attractive, the service and the food are great reasons to give it a try. No matter if you're going for the normal menu, or...More