Grab a slice of America with a new pizza place in Wisbech

15:06 06 August 2014

New Hand made Pizza establishment in Wisbech. Stone Willy

New Hand made Pizza establishment in Wisbech. Stone Willy's Pizza,s.

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A family run fish and chip shop at Wisbech is stepping up its game by joining an American chain of pizza houses.

New Hand made Pizza establishment in Wisbech. Stone Willy's Pizza,s.New Hand made Pizza establishment in Wisbech. Stone Willy's Pizza,s.

The fish and chip shop at 78 Norwich Road has become one of ten outlets in the UK to join the fast growing Stone Willy’s franchise.

Nin Garcha, who runs the store with her husband Gora, said she had spent the last 12 months looking for a pizza company that was a bit different.

“These are top of the range pizzas, you have to taste them to know why they are so popular,” she said.

The couple took over the shop two years ago after it had closed down and after hard work and a make over they earnt themselves a five star within four weeks of opening.

New Hand made Pizza establishment in Wisbech. Stone Willy's Pizza,s.New Hand made Pizza establishment in Wisbech. Stone Willy's Pizza,s.

They already serve fish and chips but have added hand made pizzas and wraps to the menu.

They are open Monday to Thursday from 11.15 to 2 and then 3.30 to 9. On Friday and Saturday from 11.30 to 9 and on Sunday 4 to 9.

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