PizzaExpress is celebrating the launch of its exciting new look restaurant in Horsham. Located in East Street, this restaurant has been totally transformed and features artwork paying tribute to Percy Bysshe Shelley, one of the major Romantic poets, who was born in Horsham.
Each PizzaExpress restaurant is individually designed – often using well known places, people or historical events from the area, as the basis. The interior of the Horsham restaurant has a range of collage artworks, inspired by Shelley’s poetry and his story. The artworks combine pieces of text and imagery that give a contemporary interpretation of his work.
Manager, Ugo Pendezza, said: “We have a friendly and enthusiastic team who are looking forward to welcoming everyone to our beautiful restaurant over a delicious pizza.”
PizzaExpress has been dishing up fresh, handmade pizza at the Horsham restaurant since 1997. Built during the reign of James I, this beautiful Grade II listed building has original wooden beams. There is also a charming patio garden to enjoy the exciting summer menu, which has plenty of new options, including even more low-calorie mains and desserts, a new range of premium pizzas, called Romana65, the return of some classic salads, the introduction of new salads, new gluten-free recipes and summery desserts.
For younger pizza-lovers, PizzaExpress’ Piccolo menu is full of tasty choices, including ‘Create Your Own’ pizza, and starts at just £3.95. And for budding chefs looking to celebrate a birthday, a Pizza Making Party will see them transformed into pizzaiolos so they can stretch, toss and top their own pizza and play party games, before sitting down to enjoy their culinary creations.
For more details, visit www.pizzaexpress.com