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Pizza has become more than just a meal, for some people, it’s even part of their personality nowadays. People are often looking for a pizzeria which can accommodate their love for the dish, as well as everything that goes with it.

I often associate family and friends with the thought of pizza, as I think its such a good way of bringing people together.

I’ve searched long and hard for a place which has that cosy family feel to it and never really found anything that made me feel that way.

 

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But after trying several (copious amounts) of different pizza places, my friends and I stumbled upon Franco Manca’s sourdough pizza – and we haven’t looked back since.

This particular pizza place has a very inclusive feel to it – and once you step in the restaurant, the staff welcome you as if you were a regular diner there.

Not to mention they are known for their slow-rising sourdough pizza, which seems to taste better with every bite.

 

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Their Neapolitan-inspired menu offers something for everyone, even for those picky eaters – or simply those who aren’t fans of pizza. And with their menu always changing seasonally, you are guaranteed to not be disappointed with your choice.

Franco Manca also offers gluten-free pizza bases and even vegan cheese.

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What’s great is that this restaurant is taking over London by storm. Founded in 1986 in Brixton Market by an Italian man by the name of Franco (duh!), this restaurant is now in more than 50 locations – including in Italy itself.

 

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So, next time you’re wondering which pizzeria would be a safe bet that won’t disappoint, take yourself and your loved ones down to your local Franco Manca and let the pizza do the talking.

(And of course, you can thank me later.)