Papa John's Launches New English Breakfast Pizza With Heinz Beanz
Positive news has been hard to come by over the past few weeks, but we finally have something to bring the country together.
The culinary wizards at Papa John's have created the full English pizza - topped with Heinz Beanz, bacon, tiny potato tots, baby portobello mushrooms and sausages.
It's the pizza that you never knew you needed, but I for one am glad it's here.
However, if you want to get your hands on this bad boy, you'll have to be quick as it's only available for five days.
Prices start from £14.99, but vary from store to store. The quirky pizza (which is only available as a large) can be ordered all day every day from today (7 May) until Monday 11 May.
In keeping with the Government's social distancing measures, Papa John's stores are only running a contact-free delivery service at the moment.
Speaking about the exciting new concoction, Giles Codd, marketing director of Papa John's, said it's the perfect treat for the bank holiday weekend.
He said: "Whether you're nursing a hangover following a virtual pub quiz, or looking for a bank holiday brunch with a twist, our breakfast pizza makes for a great addition to your bank holiday weekend.
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"It's only available for a very short period, five days in fact, so we urge all pizza and breakfast fans to try it before it's bean and gone!"
But maybe pizza isn't your thing. Well, earlier this week it was announced that McDonald's would be reopening 15 of its restaurants later this month.
In a post on Twitter, the fast-food chain wrote: "We are pleased to confirm the 15 restaurants we will open for McDelivery only from the 13th May."
The full list is:
- Chelmsford Riverside
- Chelmsford Westwat
- Ipswich Cardinal Park
- Boreham Interchange
- Luton Leagrave
- Watford Hertfordshire Arms
- Chaul End Lane, Luton
- Beechings Way, Gillingham
- Sittingbourne Retail Park
- Gillingham Bowaters
- Luton George Stree
We are pleased to confirm the 15 restaurants we will open for McDelivery only from 13th May. pic.twitter.com/WkGsAjg83M
- McDonald's UK (@McDonaldsUK) May 5, 2020
The fast-food chain told LADbible that the selected stores were chosen based on their distance to the firm's distribution centre.
A McDonald's spokesperson said: "These 15 restaurants were chosen for their proximity to our distribution centre as we slowly but safely seek to reopen our restaurants and restart our supply chain.
"Rest assured we are working hard to reopen more restaurants across the UK and Ireland at the right time."
McDonald's also had some good news for veggies, following the tweet with a second post that read: "Following our operational test, we have reviewed our limited menu and will add the Vegetable Deluxe to the menu and Veggie Dippers to both our main menu and Happy Meal."
McDonald's confirmed last week that it would be reopening a select number of restaurants for deliveries only with a limited menu.
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