It was one of those Fridays where you can’t bear to think about making food for yourself. I had had a horrible week, and by the end of it, I was emotionally and physically exhausted. The only thing I could possibly do to get food in my belly was to pick up the phone and have someone bring it to me. Luckily, my flatmate was up for takeaway too. Having already tried Basili, we opted for the ‘pizza by the meter’ at Firezza in Notting Hill.
Turns out a meter of pizza is really really big. So much so, that they don’t really technically offer it – you order by the quarter meter. If you order two separate quarter meters, they’ll put it in one giant half meter box.
I went for the Mediterranea with buffalo mozzarella, sun-dried tomatoes, and prosciutto, and Neil went for the Mista with pepperoni, chorizo and prosciutto.
The pizza was delivered within 40 minutes (5 minutes under their quote), and we got some free bread for ordering online. When it arrived, it was still hot and fresh. Love that.
Mine was gorgeous. Fresh basil, tart tomatoes, mild cheese. Just delicious!
The only other pizza delivery place in the area we’ve been wanting to try is Mulberry Street. I’m very curious how it will stack up. They’ve got a lot to live up to.