2/16/15

Bugger Cafe, Pipiroa

If you want a place to sip a cuppa or just have a laugh at the decor, this is the place, Bugger Cafe in Pipiroa. According to their webpage, the name was picked simply because you would remember it. And the service is great, too!

the tractor




10 comments:

agala said...

Very beautiful photos of Café Pipiroa (what a funny name!). You have a good eye for photography, Betty.

CountryMum said...

Ha ha, gotta laugh at the name, and the little sign on the step. Loving seeing NZ through your eyes.

Taken For Granted said...

Oddly named cafe. Love the sign with the old International Harvester (IH) tractor. Believe it is a Super C. It it runs as well as it looks it should be used as a utility tractor rather than a sign,

Margaret Adamson said...

Not a name I would have chosen but the coffee looks good.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
An Antipodean adjective with many 'colourations'!!! Love the red tractor... YAM xx

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

OK the name is wildly inappropriate (slang term here for something unprintable in a family blog), but that latte looks amazing.

".E." Lizard Breath Speaks, It's Beth said...

awesome coffee. i think i should visit this place. we found a coffee cafe around here in VA that was in a contest & i wonder how they did? it is amazing that is a contest and folks go to so much trouble. but fun to watch. have a great week. big big hugs. enjoy! ( :

doodles n daydreams said...

I love the name, so colloquial. It looks like a neat place to stop for a break.

Diana

Liz Needle said...

Nice to see a place with a sense of humour. Hmmm that coffee looks delish.

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

My big brother babysat my second bro's son. My second SIL complained the kid kept saying bugger after he came back.