And of course the room is beautifully decked out with worn tables, candles and stacked mirrors when Vogue Italia’s stylist AnnShore is your partner. Even Lee’s son’s artwork can be seen pinned to the screen that tries to hide the kitchen.
Rather than the award winning Margherita we opted for the ‘Romero’; chorizo, smashed tomatoes, tomato passata, fresh red onion, buffalo mozzarella, mascarpone, rosemary oil & basil pesto and the ‘Charlie Jones’; spicy sausage, tomato passata, taleggio, parmesan, roasted red peppers, garlic, toasted spices, birds eye chillies & sweet chilli sauce.
The pizzas were a chic mess of toppings upon the lightest base you’ll ever try. In fact I’m pretty sure the dough died, went to heaven and we were eating off of its ghost – it was that light. We could have rolled them up and eaten them whole and ordered more – in fact we should of!
£16 for a pizza may seem steep but it’s like no other pizza you will get anywhere else and its 100% organic. Go there for the pizza, go thee to meet the humble Lee Hollingsworth or just go there to admire the decor. Just go there.
by @Jarvdesign and @Staceysssssss