Our friends

KERB

Street food pioneers with a knack for snapping up the best in streetfood talent. It’s a real honour working alongside them and with the vibrant community they support.  Definitely one of our proudest moments was becoming a member of KERB.

http://www.kerbfood.com/

hq@kerbfood.com

Kerb Food Ltd
Unit 62, The Loft
Camden Lock Market
London, NW1 8AF

 


The Crown Pub SE10

This beautifully refurbished pub and beer garden had been home to our weekly pop-up for almost a year and now we have been taken with a 6 day residency and we can’t thank the owners enough for how accommodating they have been towards us. A great selection of food (obviously!) and drink coupled with wonderful staff!

http://www.thecrownse10.com/

176 Trafalgar Rd, Greenwich SE10 9TZ

Tel: 020 8858 4547

 


Daniel Young of Young & Foodish

We all owe a lot to this amazing man, he’s really contributed a huge amount to the boom in pizza, pizza awareness and the pizza scene in general with his blog, pop ups, well known book “Where to eat pizza” and for putting on the annual London Pizza festival at the Borough Market for which we had the great honour of taking part in and winning in 2018.

Keep up the great work Daniel!

 


Streetfeast

Street food behemoths and purveyors of fine vibes. Instrumental in the boom of Street food in London and can be found doing their amazing thing from Canary Wharf to Wood Green to Lewisham. You can find us over at Model Market every Friday & Saturday 5pm – 11:30pm.

 


GCDA

We love what these guys do and they were very instrumental in helping a small business like ours (and many others!) get off the ground. Thank you guys, we love you!

https://gcda.coop/

 


Moon Hot Sauce

Greenwich’s finest artisan small-batch hot sauce makers. We love this stuff! Especially the Honey Moon Chilli honey which is drizzled atop our American Psycho and 4 Cheese pizza, firm favourites. Check out the website below for more info on these fantastic products.

http://www.moonhotsauce.london/

 


Pizza Widows

Our poor other halves are living and breathing this venture with us. They give an alternative behind the scenes view of the less glamorous aspects of setting a pizza truck up. They listen to our fascinating late night conversations about vents, food hygiene, printing flyers…and they have found some humour in it apparently! Check out their quirky blog.

www.pizzawidows.wordpress.com

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