Queens Park Pizza Cafe is a cafe and pizzeria in Randwick, across the road from Queens Park. It serves drinks and snacks in the mornings and starts making pizzas from 2pm during the week and 12pm on weekends.
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Just had a kids party here best to book early as they prefer you get the kids out by 7pm, which I suppose is fair enough, staff were very helpful, and patient with the screaming birthday crowd, food once again was fantastic, still the best family place in randwick, so easy and relaxed,too good
Decided to give this place another chance after not coming here for a year or so. We actually came here again 3 months ago but didn't stay because the ATM was broken and they don't accept EFTPOS or credit cards, meaning we would not have been able to pay for a meal for the four of us. Undaunted, we returned this evening with loads of cash, which is the only way you want to come here. After one of us was given the wrong pizza, they then stood there and argued with us about what my little girl had ordered, despite three witnesses to the contrary. The pity of it is that the food is really quite good. It's just that the staff running the place don't have a clue about how to run a restaurant, or what genuine customer service is. My recommendation. . .again. . .avoid. There are a lot of alternatives in Randwick.
have been going to this place for a couple of years now, always great staff that try to help even when they get slammed from tired families from the park, great steak sandwiches and homemade muffins in the lunch menu, great tobys estate coffee, and as always the best place in the east for pizza and pasta, would advise couples who want a child free experience to arrive after 7pm best to book fridays and weekends, prices for their wine and beer is reasonable, we love the fresh homemade soups here too always ask for specials as they seem to not put them on the menu ,
QP Pizza Cafe is our local but we won't go there anymore after a series of horrible experiences with children. Because it's a family-friendly establishment (I always used to go there with my two kids) there are usually a lot of little ones there, which is fine except when the parents don't keep the kids under control. Last time I was there about 8 kids were tearing through the restaurant, screaming, throwing toys and making life absolutely miserable for everyone else in the restaurant, including other parents with well-behaved kids. It was a horrible experience and no one from management made any attempt to rein them in. But if you don't mind this sort of thing, QP Pizza Cafe is your place.
It's great that you mentioned above problem Michael thanks a lot for that, sorry for the discomfort that your wonderful family beard at QP. This types of feedback from our valuable customers give us eternal strength to move forward.
Hope to see you guys soon with full of joy.
Everything I order from this place is fantastic. Good old fashioned and tasty food. Pizzas are low fat and brimming with healthy vegetables. The meat lasagne was the best I have ever had and the mixed berry crumble was quite frankly UNFORGETTABLE.
we went in a group and tried three different pizzas and two pasta dishes,the pasta was very tasty but the pizzas were the best !!! very busy and child friendly staff,seemed to have a busy takeaway too.
we loved it.
ps. proper garlic bread