September 19, 2016: Firezza, the proper pizza company, will open in Exeter on Monday, September 19th with an opening party at the store on Wednesday, September 21st from 5-7.30pm. Come along for your free pizza and prosecco.
Famous for crafting large 25cm hand-stretched pizzas “with passion”, Firezza only uses premium ingredients. Each pizza is handmade and fire-baked superfast in Neapolitan fire-breathing ovens by experienced pizzaiolos.
Although Firezza is high quality, it believes that proper pizza should be accessible with low and easy-to-understand prices. For instance, the price for a Margherita starts at just £5.95.
Amazing pizza at everyday prices is a big part of the “proper pizza revolution”, as is the fight-back against dodgy ingredients and marketing-driven features like greasy, stuffed crusts.
Instead, Firezza pizza is available at low prices, every day, all day. It’s that simple.
Customers also have the flexibility to add toppings to any pizza, or design a unique “Create Your Own” pizza, by selecting ingredients from Firezza’s considerable range.
With 17 locations across London in addition to Tunbridge Wells and Milton Keynes, Firezza’s brand of proper pizza has proved extremely popular with those who appreciate artisan food.
Firezza Exeter is open for deliveries and collections. Located on Sidwell Street and taking over the site from sister company Pizza Express, which is still available via Deliveroo. Firezza has already created 25 jobs, with more to come as the team grows.
Neil Lambert, joint managing director, Firezza, comments: “We’ve heard great things about Exeter from our sister company Pizza Express. Firezza offers the best of both worlds, amazing taste and low prices, and we’re sure the people of Exeter will understand exactly what we mean by ‘proper pizza’ when they try one of our handmade fire-baked creations.”
Edin Basic, founder, Firezza, comments: “Exeter is a beautiful city, full of history and culture. We’re excited about opening our first location in the South West and where better to introduce proper pizza than Devon’s proper capital. We look forward to being part of the Exeter’s growing foodie community.”