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PappaRoti Comedy and Coffee Night

PappaRoti Comedy and Coffee Night

Having earned widespread acclaim for its signature intensely aromatic buns with and unique beverage options, Papparoti’s has finally found home to South Africa. The brands success was established giving thanks to its authentic taste of the deliciously coated buns accompanied with renowned palatable beverages. Started in Malaysia in 2003, there are now over 400 Papparoti stores and kiosks across the globe, a real statement to the brands appeal.

The distinctive aroma entices customers to one of its numerous creative topping selections, the magic begins from the moment you sink your teeth into the crispy outer layer of the bun. This crunchy layer atop the bun is derived from a creamy concoction that has been carefully created with only the finest flour.

The downright popular coffee caramel buns have gained tremendous praise globally and now can enjoy showing off here in Durban South Africa. Papparoti provides a new and unique home-baked snack experience for customers at any time of the day.

Papparoti has successfully developed a unique and single recipe that surpasses cultural diversity and appeals to an array of individuals. It’s no secret that food binds together different cultures and people from various walks of life and Papparoti seemed to have conquered just that.

We pride ourselves on customer service, our friendly well trained efficient staff are always ready to serve you and assist you in making your papparoti’s experience one of complete satisfaction.

Sit in enjoy some conversation with a good friend, enjoy family time, reward the kids on a Friday after schoolwith a treat and watch our staff meticulously spreading the topping in concentric circles for a stunning effect. These glazed, caramel-coated buns are now primed for a brief spell in the oven before being served to you, freshly-baked and with that distinct aroma that simply shouts… give your taste buds a marvelous treat!

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