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FAQs

CURIOSITY COOKED THE PIZZA. YOU ASKED. WE ANSWERED.

Does Franco Manca take bookings?

Most of our pizzerias will take bookings, however in some cases this may only be for certain times during the day. Check your local pizzeria page to find out more. You can also just turn up and eat. Sometimes there’s a queue but they move fast and they’re good for the appetite.

 

Does Franco Manca do takeaway?

We do. You have three options: Modern (for us)- choose your local pizzeria. Click on the order link, order, pay, then go and collect. Less modern- phone your local, place the order, go in, pay and take home. Really old fashioned- go to your local, place your order, wait and take it away.

 

 

Is Franco Manca healthy?

Franco Manca is healthy for the body and the mind, in line with the world-famous Mediterranean diet. Our pizza flour is made from grain grown miles from any pollutants. Our ingredients are fresh, seasonal and often organic. We don’t use any nasty preservatives or overly processed foods. Some people say our biodynamic and organic wines don’t cause hangovers. This has not been scientifically proven yet though. We invite you to study it.

 

 

Will Franco Manca support my charity or sponsor me?

We like to support local causes as much as we can, especially small charities, local schools and customers embarking on interesting personal challenges or fundraisers. Contact us here.

 

 

Is Franco Manca veg / vegan?

Vegans are not an afterthought at Franco Manca. Our No.1 pizza is vegan. Although we currently don’t stock a vegan cheese, if you wanted to bring in your own, we’d be very happy to use it on your pizza. We also have vegetarian options. Each pizzeria has a veg special that changes daily. All of our wines are vegan too.

 

 

Is Franco Manca BYO?

You can’t bring your own wine to Franco Manca. Our wines are always natural, organic or biodynamic, and priced from just £15.50 a bottle. So save your arms and drink our wine instead.

 

I want to give feedback. Who can I talk to?

We like talking about pizza. If you’re happy we want to hear about it. If you’re not happy, we definitely want to hear about it. Contact us here.

 

 

Is Franco Manca gluten free?

Everyone deserves pizza. Our new gluten free sourdough pizza is now available at all of our restaurants. Give it a try and let us know what you think.

 

However, we should warn you that we have flour throughout our busy kitchens and your gluten free pizza will be sharing an oven with our classic sourdough. Whilst we will take every reasonable precaution, we cannot give a 100% guarantee that there will be no cross contamination. Please ensure you notify your server of any allergies when ordering

 

Do you run pizza making classes?

Learn the art of the Franco Manca pizzaiolo at one of our masterclasses. Over two and half hours you will discover how to combine slow rising sourdough with seasonal toppings and fast, hot baking. Your friends and family will thank you. Classes are 2.5 hours and cost £30 including food, wine, soft drinks and VAT.

Pizza masterclasses are held at: Chiswick – Second Monday of every month. Book or find out more: chiswick@francomanca.co.uk or 020 8747 4822, Richmond – First and third Tuesday of every month. Book or find out more: richmond@francomanca.co.uk or 020 3026 8548. Our masterclass is launching in Bournemouth on the 11th September 2018. We will then hold a masterclass on the first Tuesday of every month. Book or find out more: bournemouth@francomanca.co.uk or 01202 022 068.

Does Franco Manca sell gift cards?

Other than life itself, there is no greater gift than pizza. You can buy Franco Manca gift cards in all our pizzerias. Find out more here.

 

 

I want to write to you. Can I?

Write to us at Franco Manca 2 (UK) Ltd, 1st Floor, 50-51 Berwick Street, London, W1F 8SJ, England.

 

 

What does Franco Manca mean?

Franco Manca means “Franco is missing”. Before Franco Manca opened in Brixton Market in 2008, there was a pizzeria called Franco’s. When Franco handed the reins over to Giuseppe Mascoli and his artisan baker friend Bridget Hugo, they named the new pizzeria in Franco’s honour. Find out more about the birth of Franco Manca here.

 

 

 

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