Pizza & Drinks this weekend?
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Amazing Neapolitan-Style Pizza, Beer, Wine, Prosecco & Cocktails! 🍕🍺🍷🥂🍸
(soft drinks available too 😂)
Grab a brownie or cannoli for dessert 😋
Eat-in or takeaway. Walk-ins welcome, just grab a table.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 5pm
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CHICKEN TIKKA 🍕
San Marzano Tomatos, Grana Padano, Oregano, Fior Di Latte Mozzarella, Chicken Tikka, Red Onion & Jalapeños 😋
Better ingredients & less calories than you're average takeaway pizza...100% more flavour!
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Only the freshest ingredients in our pizza's!
San Marzano Tomato base, Basil, Oregano, Mushrooms, Mixed Peppers, Red Onion, Red Pepper Drops, Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Truly magnificent flavour 😋
A widespread belief says that in June 1889 the pizzaiolo Raffaele Esposito, Pizzeria Brandi's chef, invented a dish called "Pizza Margherita" in honor of the Queen of Italy, Margherita of Savoy, and the Italian unification, since toppings are tomato (red), mozzarella (white) and basil (green), ingredients inspired by the colors of the national flag of Italy.
While the name Pizza Margherita may have been popularized because of the Queen's visit, a pizza made with the same toppings was already present in Naples between 1796 and 1810. In 1830, in the book Napoli, contorni e dintorni, written by Riccio, it was described as a pizza with tomato, mozzarella and basil. In 1849 Emanuele Rocco recorded different pizza toppings like basil, tomatoes and thin slices of mozzarella; the mozzarella was thinly sliced, and arranged with a flower-shape over the tomato sauce, along with the basil leaves: this may be the real origin of the name Margherita (meaning daisy).