A rustical place, you sit in a covered area outside, so beware of lots of mosquitoes at night. The food was ok, although the variety doesn't seem to be all that big...
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I have been a regular at Pili Pili since 2011. Back in 2011 I had found the food quite good in particular grilled fish. I was driven by the various positive reviews at that time and wasn't disappointed then. Unfortunately this place seems to be...More
I had a sumptuous meal of grilled fish, rice, and vegetables prepared the Cotonou style. I enjoyed it though not cheap. The rest of the family enjoyed theirs as well. Located within the center of the city with a local ambience, it is good for...More
If you go alone and not have anyone to chat with, you could be frustrated with the long wait. I visited with my husband and we kept ourselves busy with a game of cards. That being said, food was very good and fresh, so no...More
Excellent food!! Don't go hungry as you will have to wait an hour! We ordered the pili pili chicken, lamb in spinach stew and their version of red gari. Lots of spice, lots of flavour !! Highly recommend for authentic local cuisine. Seriously though waiting...More
I can't help it. How can I visit Cotonou without lunch or dinner at Pili Pili. When worn begin... The fresh pineapple juice chilled to perfection or the native chicken or fish grilled with all kinds of herbs. Eating in Cotonou isn't like going to...More
Nice basic place with outdoor seating and friendly service. Good fresh grilled fish--- huge portion! Recommended!
When I asked the waiter for pima (a common preparation of grounded green chilis-in the region) he protested in response, saying no we don't do pima here! We do Pili Pili. Off he went and returned with a preparation of their own and proudly announced...More