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You Can Get Bottomless Pizza And Ice-Cream At This London Restaurant

By Sarah Finnan

September 29, 2019 at 4:39pm

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We all know bottomless brunch exists and it’s glorious. But bottomless pizza and ice-cream? Well, that’s next-level stuff.

Gordon Ramsey’s Street Pizza in London is making the Joey Tribbianis of the world very happy with his bottomless pizza offerings. Ever heard of a little thing called the Joey special (two pizzas), hello?

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And it’s not limited to the weekend or a specific time of day. It’s on offer all the time.

Ramsey’s Street Pizza, which can be found at both Bread Street Kitchen in the City and York & Albany in Camden, serves up unlimited pizzas for just £15. Cheaper than you’d expect.

Choose between five different types of pizzas; margherita, pepperoni, charred aubergine and corn and chorizo along with a changing daily special.

Everything is served by the slice, so you don’t have to stick with just one choice for the night, but rather mix and match to try them all.

There’s also a breakfast pizza option which is topped with sausage, egg, mushroom, spinach and tomato. This one’s served whole though and is available from 8 a.m. I have to say I’m intrigued…a slightly more refined take on the usual cold leftovers people often scoff down after a heavy night.

And in case you don’t get your fill with just pizza you can also treat yourself to bottomless Negroni ice-cream for £6 more.

Yes to all of the above.

 

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