Very friendly staff! The pizza is excellent! "Open Mic nights" on mondays and fridays are always a good time.
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Had delicious Pizza Special Papi, thin crust with everything, My partner had the Pasta with Prawns, it was top notch. It is warm in there and the music can be loud, plus the chairs are hard. But the food is 10out of 10 for taste...More
Pizza papa has great pizza and live music, however, it’s super hot to sit in for more than 10 minutes. Also, be careful when using a credit card. Was ran as a cash advance instead of a credit transaction and I was charged 10 US...More
I'm sorry it was too hot for you, but you have to understand that it's a restaurant that works with a wood-fired oven and we are in the Caribbean. Regarding the commission, I can assure you that we do not charge 10 usd for the...More
This is one of those places you do not want it to change even how much the growth of the place is, you would like it to remain the same. Again, we have a restaurant run by its owner, which in these remote places of...More
Arturo muchisimas gracias Nos vemos la proxima aventura... ;-)
Pizza Papi has the best pizzas in all Mahaual and I could say that they have one of the best I have tried in general. Service is fast. Food is delicious. I strongly recommend visiting this place. I still crave their food. I go every...More
Thank you soo much family Muchas gracias
Excellent pizza and very environment friendly. Lots of variety of toppings and pizza can be done on your own choice. Very good live music and karaoke.
Muchas gracias amigos Muchas gracias
Based on our dive instructor’s recommendation we stopped here for lunch. The vibe is a cool Bob Marley/Day of the Dead (no idea why), pizza was thin and wood fired, beer was cold, kids got their horchata (which was declared extra creamy). They take cards...More
Muchas gracias..muchas gracias
If only the owner would stop shouting all the time and the waiters didn't get the orders mixed up.... it might actually be a good place to eat. Pizzas and bruschetta were nice. Steer clear of the provolone. I suppose if you were in the...More