A few weeks back, Rachel, Asher and I had lunch together with my friends, Mark, Meiyen and their daughter Kelly at Peperoni Pizzeria.
We were searching for a baby-friendly restaurant and Mark suggested Peperoni Pizzeriain Greenwood, one of his regular hang-out.
For Rachel and I, this was our first time eating there.
We are happy the restaurant provided baby chairs for Asher and Kelly without prompting. The restaurant interior is decorated with many children’s drawings and the staff get along well with kids. They were happy to help with reheating baby food we brought for Asher and getting us hot water for making milk.
A nice restaurant to bring kids
We ordered a wood-fired XXL Family Pizza (S$40) with one half Prosciutto Crudo di Parma (parma ham and rocket salad) and the other half Pancetta (Cured bacon, sliced tomatoes & soft egg).
When the menu says XXL, it really means XXL. Look at the size of our 21″ pizza:
Our gigantic pizza
Close-up of the pizza
We also ordered a lasagna to share. Just these two orders were more than enough to feed the four of us, excluding the two babies.
Close-up of the lasagna
The bill came to around S$70. Pretty reasonable. We are likely to visit again as Rachel and I like wood-fired pizza, plus the restaurant is very baby-friendly.
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