South London pizza chain Mamma Dough head to Deptford

South London pizza chain Mamma Dough head to Deptford

South London pizza chain Mamma Dough are looking to open a new branch at Deptford High Street.

The company currently has branches in Peckham, Brixton, Sydenham, Ladywell, South Norwood and Honor Oak Park.

The chosen locale in Deptford is the former Salvation Army charity shop just north of the station.

Mamma Dough focus on sourdough pizza and I guess could be thought of as a junior Franco Manca – who also started in south London before expanding nationally. The first Franco Manca site was Brixton in 2008. They opened a branch in Greenwich town centre this year.


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4 thoughts on “South London pizza chain Mamma Dough head to Deptford

  1. It is sad to see the Salvation Army charity shop on Deptford High Street closed. As the charity do amazing work for vulnerable people.

    However, I think Mamma Dough Pizza will be an asset to Deptford High Street as we fight to save our High Streets.

    1. It is indeed sad to lose somewhere else that served the community, the job centre was another, in favour of a ‘fake’ Italian eatery. Still, it will be somewhere else to which the trendies can flock at the weekend.

  2. In Charlton at Charlton House it was recently launched L’Arte della Pizza, an authentic italian pizza restaurant which is becoming quickly very popular among the locals. It is open only fridays to sundays. Food and atmosphere are faboulous and prices are reasonable too.

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