We caught up with James, co-founder of Pizza Pilgrims, to talk about lockdown, pizzas in the post, and plans for the future.
Pizza Pilgrims brings authentically Neapolitan, slow-proved pizzas to hungry foodies across London and Oxford. Established in 2012 as a street food trader, Pizza Pilgrims has fast become one of the most popular pizza destinations in the capital. We chatted with co-founder James to talk about running a food business during lockdown, bringing out new products, and what's in store for the future.
Last time we caught up with you, the world was quite a different place! How have you and the rest of the Pizza Pilgrims team felt during such a challenging time for the restaurant industry?
When the UK went into lockdown and were forced to close all restaurants, we were, along with the rest of the hospitality sector, hugely concerned. As a business, we made the decision to quickly change tact and cater to a new public demand; fun activities to do inside and bringing restaurant dining to the home. We are glad that things are starting to return, super happy to have our teams making pizzas and doing what we do best!