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Panarottis Pizza Restaurant Blacktown

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by Priya Logan (subscribe)
I am a law student who lives my live by the principle 'It's not who you are underneath, it's what you do that defines you'.
Published December 3rd 2010
Remember the good old days when Pizza Hut had their own restaurants, where customers could add there own toppings and create personalised pizzas. Well, those days have reappeared in the form of Panarottis, an authentic Italian pizza and pasta restaurant that caters to the tastes of various individuals and provides a vibrant atmosphere for people to relish the taste of good quality pizza while enjoying the company of family and friends.

Panarottis have a few branches located around Sydney, in Blacktown, Chatswood, Penrith and Tuggerah. The Panarottis in Blacktown is located on Level 4 of Westpoint shopping Centre, which is the rooftop of the shopping centre, surrounded by stores like Max Brenna and Nandos. There is an entertaining stage situated right next to the restaurant, where performances take place and the car park is conveniently located right in front of Panarottis.

Panarottis serves a variety of Italian foods including pizzas and pastas which have specialised toppings and several side dishes, including salads and cheesy garlic bread. The restaurant has a green and red coloured theme running throughout the place, with wooden chairs and tables, giving it an authentic Italian feel.

The restaurant is perfect for families as there are many kids deals available for cheaper prices and on Mondays and Tuesdays, kids eat free. The adult prices are relatively expensive but the generous servings make up for the cost. There is a separate area located in the restaurant that provides children with activities such as movies, games and puzzles, so that parents can enjoy some time by themselves at the restaurant. This aspect of the restaurant, sets it apart from other restaurants as everyone in the family have something to occupy themselves with.

An important thing to note is that some of the side dishes, for example the three cheeses bread, is itself a large enough meal to be considered the main course, so just be aware of ordering too many servings of food. A must have beverage at Panarottis is the appletiser, which is a non-alcoholic, apple fizzy drink that tastes amazing with the pizza. The customer service offered at the restaurant is fairly good, though there could be improvements to staff manners.

Overall, the restaurant is a great place for families with children who want to have good quality Italian food.

For more information on the restaurant or the menus, visit the
Panarottis website
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Why? Who could refuse authentic Italian food?
When: Open Monday-Thursday: 12pm-9pm, Friday-Saturday: 12pm- 10pm and Sunday: 12pm-9pm
Where: Blacktown
Cost: Depending on food ordered
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