One of the capital’s most highly rated pizza restaurants has opted for a Gozney oven to spearhead its kitchen operations.
Four Hundred Rabbits, which has just opened in West Norwood, has installed the Dorset brand’s best-selling commercial stone floor oven in its restaurant.
The Gozney Classic 1250 will be used to produce hundreds of traditional Neapolitan pizzas an hour.
The unit is skilfully crafted by hand and boasts a traditional wood fire design, cleverly fitted to accommodate gas as well, giving operators the option to use either method or a combination of the two.
Gozney’s Classic 1250 can hold up to six pizzas at a time, allowing the restaurant to keep up with the demands of its established fan base.
Gozney has seen its professional client base increase in recent years, with Pizza Pilgrims and Marriott Hotels among its customer. Richard Branson even has one on Necker Island.
Founder and CEO, Tom Gozney, said: “Our focus is always on the creation of delicious food and innovative design.
“We are delighted that one of the capital’s best pizzerias has chosen Gozney to help meet customer demands by serving up top quality Neapolitan pizzas in their new restaurant.”