Came here for a staff dinner and the pizzas were superb! we had so many selections and it great you had GF pizzas.
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lovely and rustic and at home feel. lots of families getting pizza. in door and out dining. get your own drinks out of the old fridge. We had whole fish a flounder and a petite streak. Both were good. Great stop in a small rural...More
Pipi was a cute pink restaurant, funky ambience. You serve yourself to drinks from the fridges and then just tell them what you took later, which is a nice honour system thing - the Moa cider we had was delicious. The pizza was good, once...More
Went here for dinner then other night for my birthday and we all loved it , great food and wine and the staff were great , the guy who looked after our table was amazing great service and very friendly! Even brought out a small...More
Went with my family, family get together. Food is amazing. Service is real good . The boys are great company who run the place. Not much else I can say but well worth a visit. You will not be disappointed.
It is certainly different for the unexperienced but have to love it - atmosphere is awesome and pizza to die for! Long live pipi in the village and also loving the pipi truck
An easy place to pop in for a relaxed, no frills pizza or meal. Very friendly and prompt service. Lots of families dining and kids clearly feel very at home here. It's nothing flash but great for a group or family at a reasonable price...More
Very popular busy eatery, I wouldn't go there if I was the kind of person that worries about having her table cleared but I'm not so I LOVED it!! Awesome value, great vibe
Looks like the place to be even on a Sunday night. As always, fantastic atmosphere, food, wine and service. Cannot fault. If you're after silver service and quiet table talk this is NOT the place for you. This is like a family cantina with a...More
Tuesday evening in August. Cold night. Warm heater at the door. Caroline had bought the cookbook by Alexandra Tylee earlier that day and wanted to try a few of her recipes - one, possibly the original recipe Cafe de Paris butter. Pipi doesn't take bookings...More