1993: what a great year. The year of Jurassic Park, Arianna Grande, Boyzone. People were able to actually buy houses (can you even imagine?) and – most importantly – a brand new pizzeria popped up on Clapham High Street. Well, fast-forward thirty years and that very same pizzeria is celebrating the big three-zero and everybody is invited.
Over the past thirty years, this legendary, family-run pizza joint has conquered every adversity that’s come their way. Not just surviving, but thriving (clearly it will take more than a recession and a global pandemic to stop the hungry people of south west London from getting their pizza fix). So to celebrate this momentous milestone, Eco are throwing it back to the year they opened. That’s right: they’re gonna party like it’s 1993.
On October 23, Eco will be offering visitors the chance to dine out at 1993 prices. They’ll be serving up their beloved sourdough pizzas for as little as £4.50 and many more of their signature dishes will be available to snap up at bargain prices. Throughout the whole month of October, Eco will also be replacing their current menu with the original from three decades ago.
Lots has changed over the past thirty years, but what has stayed consistent is the quality of their pizzas. Four flour types are combined to create naturally fermented dough and each pizza is made with a great deal of time and an even greater deal of love. The toppings are all of the very highest quality and make for some bloomin’ irresistible pizzas.
I certainly don’t need an excuse to scoff on sourdough pizzas but if I did, this would be it. Head on down to Eco, grab yourself a bargain, and celebrate Clapham’s favourite eatery. Here’s to another thirty years of deliciousness.
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