|Address:||5784 Stanley Ave, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3X7, Canada|
|Postal code:||L2G 3X7|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Friday:||7:00 AM – 1:30 PM|
|Saturday:||7:00 AM – 1:30 PM|
|Sunday:||7:00 AM – 1:30 PM|
Cippy's Place is located in Regional Municipality of Niagara of Ontario state. On the street of Stanley Avenue and street number is 5784. .
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Cippy's Place quickly are 43.0907897 ,-79.0848051
There is no friendlier person on the planet than the owner and cook then here at Cippys. The menu is small and simple. But everything on it is delicious. As an added bonus, the sausage is homemade and mean is it delicious.
Amazing food and service. My husband and I came here for breakfast both days we were in town and we stayed full well into lunch time! The sausages and pancakes are fantastic, potatoes cooked to perfection and the toast is to die for. We will definitely be coming back every time we’re in town!
We were in the area for 3 mornings and ate breakfast here every chance we got. This is a father son run business and it’s clear from the pictures on the wall and the stories Paul told us, that the restaurant is embedded in the community. The sausage was amazing and the conversations unforgettable. Paul made us feel right at home at Cippy’s and when we come back we know exactly where we will be eating!
Family run, amazing service. Paul really keeps that place moving. All food was prepared to order. Sausages were as good as people say. Different seasoning than normal breakfast sausages. The Italian bread really was good. Their coffee was also delicious. We will be coming back next year. See you again Paul. All the best to your dad.
If you miss an old-style Italian diner, here’s the place. A father-to-son business, it’s an old place but oozes charm of an era lost, before the restaurant chains took over everything. It’s not even open on weekdays because owner Paul opens the place only for breakfast and only on weekends.
Food was simple, good and great value. Getting to know Paul and his heart for his Dad and the place was priceless.
Places like these need to be kept alive!