This Manchester Takeaway Will Be Serving Crab Pizza, Salad and Prosecco To Your Door
Eating in is the new eating out...
We all know the drill, you're knackered after a long week at work and everyone wants to party come Friday night. You personally can't think of anything better than curling up in bed with a takeaway or just having a few chilled bevvies with your mates.
But you've got that tragic case of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out - for those not in-the-know.)
Love Pizza is a relatively new gourmet business which launched its first premises on Hulme High Street in Manchester earlier this year, and it's aiming to overcome this fear...
Overcoming Friday night FOMO
Bringing restaurant quality food and booze to your front door, Love Pizza are offering more than your average meat feast style toppings...
Customers can order the likes of 'The Fab Crab' (white crab meat, pineapple and fresh green chilli) 'The Bombay Surprise' (fresh zingy spicy sauce, mozzarella, tandoori chicken, red onion, spinach & green chilli) and 'One Love' (marinated jerk chicken, red onions, pineapple and hotter than hot jalapeños) among many others, plus a variety of salads and - you guessed it, booze! So you won't feel like you're missing out too much from a mad weekender.
A whole section of the Love Pizza website is dedicated to out little poisonous friend and choices aren't just limited to Italian lager either - a series of wines are available as well as prosecco if you're feeling a little fancier.
What's different about it?
Manchester's Love Pizza gaff boasts a tangible catalogue of state-of-the-art equipment including stone-baked ovens (direct from the home of pizza - Italy) which use a Willy Wonka-esque conveyor belt made from stone interlocking slats to create "a crispier, thinner pizza than current takeaways."
Managing Director Harinder Dhaliwal has previously run a number of retail businesses including the Olive Delicatessen in Manchester, saying that with Love Pizza he wanted to create "a new style of pizza delivery."
"Consumers are demanding a more authentic way of cooking and what we are able to deliver is the gourmet stone-baked pizza taste that you might find at a food market or festival – but delivered to the door with a guarantee of quality.”
Pizza and a tipple, anyone?