Panarottis Pizza Pasta offers delicious Italian inspired meals in a family friendly environment. Generous portions, handmade pizzas and fresh ingredients at really budget friendly prices make for a good experience!
The first Panarottis Pizza Pasta store was opened in 1990 in Cape Town by the South African Spur chain. Since then it has grown into a major franchising success story with over 50 outlets across South Africa, Namibia, Mauritius and Australia (NSW).
And now the first restaurant in WA has opened at Currambine (upstairs above the Spur)!
We went to Panarottis Currambine for a Pizza lunch and had a great time. The restaurant is upstairs and is light and airy with windows down both sides – one side overlooks what will be the bustling interior of the new Farmer Jacks when it opens. The decor is modern and fresh with spacious booths and tables with red and black chairs. The kitchen is also visible to the public, which makes for a fun friendly vibe with kitchen staff also waving to you as you arrive!
A big bonus for families is that there is a small, enclosed play area at the far end of the restaurant. So you can choose a table closer to the play area if you have young children to entertain. It has glass windows surrounding it, and although small, our children had a great time inside it and only came back to the table to eat!
A yellow twisty slide is the main attraction with some climbing and swinging equipment and soft fall mats. The other main attraction is a wall-mounted television showing DVD movies, with about 4 beanbags on the floor for the kids viewing comfort!
If the kids prefer to hang out at your table, then staff can bring colouring-in to keep them busy.
The kids pizzas cost only $8.50 and are a good size (slightly smaller than the adult standard size pizza) – they filled our kids up (with some leftovers which we got to take home). The topping choices are simple which is perfect for fussy kids. There are also yummy pasta options such as lasagne or spag bol for only $7! You can even order Chicken Nuggets or sausages if you have a very fussy child. Our order of lasagna came with a side of chips which we thought was unusual.
Drinks and desserts cost a mere $2.50 each. The kids’ menu serves as a placemat too.
Panarottis pizza bases are handmade to order, with very generous toppings making them a filling meal choice. They come in two sizes: standard (23cm) or large (30cm). Wheat and Gluten-free bases can be ordered for an extra $4.50. Complimentary parmesan, garlic and chilli are served on the side so that you can spoon on to your liking – making the pizzas even more delicious!
As well as the more traditional topping combinations, there are also Gourmet Pizzas on the menu with toppings such as Lamb, eggplant & feta; Thai Chicken & Avocado; Pork ribs & pineapple.
You can also try the Duo Pizza “The Best Of Both Worlds” ~ Medium $22.95 | Large $26.95. Combine your two favourite pizzas in one delicious duo!
There is a separate Dessert Menu with some very tempting offerings, but sadly we were too full to sample any of them this time.
KIDS EAT FREE ON WEDNESDAYS!
Join the Panarottis Kids Birthday Club for FREE and you can get great membership benefits. On your birthday you can claim a free Kids Combo Meal which includes: Kids Pizza – Kids Soft Drink – Kids Dessert
We enjoyed our first meal at Panarottis very much and look forward to being regular customers!
Phone: (08) 9304 2623
1244 Marmion Avenue
Monday–Sunday 11:30am – 2:30pm
Monday– Sunday 5:30pm – 9pm
Find out more by visiting their website
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