About Franco Manca
Francos was a pizzeria in Brixton Market managed and owned by a guy called Franco in 1986. However, by 2008 he actually decided and asked his very good friend called Guiseppe Mascoli if he wanted to run and take over the business. Without much talk Guiseppe and his friend Bridget Hugo, an artisan baker actually took it over and named it Franco Manca, (Italian for FRANCO is missing) in regards to Franco’s good and hard work. Giuseppe and Bridget began the journey of reshaping and branding the pizzeria designing a special oven and the pizzas themselves and therefore executing a special and simple menu with standard ingredients to compliment it. Giuseppe, strongly from Positano, was highly influenced by Neapolitan Cuisine in his pizzeria experimental efforts. Although, neither Guiseppe nor Bridget had ever managed a restaurant before in their life, however, it was a hit. People around started to make pizza pilgrimages to Brixton’s covered market and daily and regular queues round the restaurant, they quickly had to open another restaurant in Chiswick. Presently many neighborhoods around the UK have local Franco Mancas, but they have stayed focus on their originality and roots of little supplier local ingredients, daily freshly made dough, and also Neapolitan-inspired cuisine. Purchase a wide range of products,just receive Franco Manca Voucher.