950 Riverside Dr, Timmins, ON P4N 3W2, Canada

African Restaurant, Cafes, Barbecue Restaurant, Deli, Chicken Restaurant, Chinese Restaurant, French Restaurant, Family Restaurant, Fast Food Restaurant, Greek Restaurant, Delivery Restaurant, Hamburger Restaurant, Indian Restaurant, Italian Restaurant, Lebanese Restaurant, Lobster Restaurant, Pizza Restaurant, Portuguese Restaurant, Restaurant, Restaurants, Seafood Restaurant, Spanish Restaurant, Sushi Restaurant, Takeout Restaurant, Vegan Restaurant, Vegetarian Restaurant, American Restaurant, Asian Restaurant, Asian Restaurants, Canadian Restaurant, Tourist, Sandwich Shop

Meal Delivery, Meal Takeaway, Restaurant, Food



Open Hours

Monday 11:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Friday 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 1:00 AM

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Topper's Pizza Timmins

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Tyler Belisle said 4 years ago
Usually my first choice when ordering pizza because it's always fantastic. Not the cheapest pie in town and that's alright because the quality really speaks for itself. Would recommend Toppers Pizza to just about anyone.
angi morrison said 4 years ago
Last night I ordered pizza first thing is I get a completely different order from what I ordered so I sent it back . 2 hours later I called back asking where my pizza is and they kinda laugh oh its sitting here for pick up . I don't even know if I got a fresh pizza or not. I was also told I'd get a 25 % discount because of all the troubles on their end so about 2 and a half hours later I finally get my pizza and also had to pay full price. I am so discusted in the survice at toper pizza here in timmins , I know I will not be ordering from there again ... sincerely a very disappointed customer !!!!
Davis Dewsbury said 4 years ago
My favourite pizza in town but orders are sometimes rushed and sauces are missing. Still best bang for your buck!
Chris J said 5 years ago
I'm in town for business and ordered food from here to be delivered to my hotel. Was told that it would be 45 min. After an hour I get a phone call from them to say the driver attempted to go to my room twice.. and had front desk call. This never happened. I was waiting not so patiently in my room the entire time and when I told the person that he just responded with attitude and no apologies. Once the driver FINALLY showed up to my room he didn't have the credit card machine with him even though my bill stated it was required and my food was completely cold. I normally love toppers pizza but this just tasted awful.
Ian Lajeunesse said 4 years ago
Don't get the order right an cold

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