U Piri Piri – Coffee, tapas and arts

Home page of U Piri Piri

Home page of U Piri Piri

U Piri Piri – Home.

Snippet from U Piri Piri

Snippet from U Piri Piri

Just a quick link to the website of U Piri Piri – definitely one of my favourite places in Swindon as anyone who has read this blog will know.  Not just a great place for great Portuguese food, wine and beer, it’s also a good spot for checking out arts and crafts.

They also do fabulous music nights there, one of which I recently experienced, part of the Swindon Shuffle – a really fun and awesome night.

Coffee at U Piri Piri

Coffee at U Piri Piri

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