Peter Sanchez-Iglesias to bring back pizza concept for lockdown

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Peter Sanchez-Iglesias chef to bring back Bristol pizza restaurant

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Casamia chef patron Peter Sanchez-Iglesias is to re-open his Bristol pizzeria to offer takeaway throughout England’s second lockdown.

Pi Shop opened in 2016, offering a “simple and affordable” menu of sourdough pizzas but closed its doors​ in summer 2018 to make way for The 3rd,​ a new space that was to link the chef’s Michelin-starred Casamia and Paco Tapas, which share the same building. 

The pandemic has delayed the opening, with some of the space recently used to expand Paco Tapas. 

The pizza kitchen remains, however, with Sanchez-Iglesias’ team expected to be offering pizza to take away from as early as next week. 

The first iteration of Pi Shop offered wood-fired pizzas made with largely British ingredients, with options ranging from the obvious, such as the Margherita and the Hawaiian, to less traditional combos including carbonara pizza with coppa, Parmesan and egg yolk.

Paco Tapas is also developing an ‘at home’ offering, which is expected to go live later this month. 

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