Friendly happy staff with a homely feeling. Very inviting as soon as you walk into the door. Fast efficient service got to enjoy a coffee with breakfast.
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had heard about this cafe from other people so was keen to visit. very much a cafe still in the 70's but good home cooked food and very helpful staff. The bacon and egg pie was very good. Two of my fellow diners had toast...More
This cafe was right around the corner from the Holiday Inn which we discovered by using TripAdvisor. We had a wonderful breakfast and the people who own/work at the cafe are very friendly. Just like the other review stated, there is an old time feel...More
This was a bit like eating in a friend's house. Intimate, friendly, other patrons there as groups. Nice home-made food.
Well worth a visit on the corner of Sala and Tryon Streets. The staff are very friendly and go out of thier way to make you feel welcome.
Stepping into peppers is like going back to cafes in the 1970's. Rightly so as the serving staff didn't seem a day under 70 themselves. nonetheless they serve honest homemade food at a very reasonable price. I had the smoked fish pie of the day...More
If you are Looking for a non Expensive Cafe for Lunch Peppers Cafe is the Place to visit. The Owners & Staff are so friendly & Helpful & very Polite. I go to Peppers reguarly for Lunch with friends. Try it & you wont be...More
iv always loved cafes and peppers cafe delighted me to the core. we had a great evening here. the burger was deliciously amazing. the coffee made my day. :)
Great little cafe just near Waka Thermal area.Food is all homemade and very well priced,Outside seating when its fine.Friendly staff.A bit of the older style traditional Kiwi cafe,locals use it a lot.