Pizza at Lipari is great. Just enough toppings. It's only a small place but nice and cosy. Relatively quick and it's BYO. Friendly service. Highly recommend
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Gnocchi al pesto.. not definitely homemade and sauce swimming in double cream.. taste no good. One pizza with seafood but omg! Salty as the hell coz the cheese with anchovies make it more salty.. even taking off the topping the salt still kill your taste....More
I have been on a few occasions now & must say its always been OK. Its not your flash restaurant but food is nice pizza is very nice. good casual dining & its BYO, friendly staff.
We tried out Lipari last week and were really disappointed by it. We got a couple of pizzas and one was greasy and the other one burnt. You should never serve someone burnt food but this was clearly burnt. The sun dried tomatoes in particular....More
joined trip advisor just to write this.. walked into Lipari last week excited to try their gourmet pizzas and was greeted by rude staff, massive wait and underwhelming pizza. Salty, soggy and made me queasy. Thanks but no thanks.. ill stick to my usual joint!
We were very pleasantly surprised by this unassuming restaurant. It was a relaxed atmosphere, seems very family friendly (we didn't have kids with us but other patrons did) and the staff were pleasant. The chicken parmagiana was good, as was the pizza. One of us...More
We've been eating at Lipari's for nearly a decade. They always serve excellent pizza. The bruschetta pizza has to be tried - beautiful fresh tomato, lots of garlic and plenty of fresh herbs. The family that runs the business clearly care about their customers. Great...More
The food and wait staff were wonderful, we had never been there before and found it a very happy experience. Compliments to the chef for his beautifully booked veal, calamari and garlic prawns, thoroughly enjoyed out experience.