LOST BOYS PIZZA IN YOUR HOUSE

Sharpen your fangs and pre heat your oven! Lost Boys Pizza is now shipping pizza kits Nationally! Place your order by 6pm Tuesday for delivery in time for the weekend. We know its good, dear familiar, but you shouldn’t just take our word for it… check out this lovely review by Ella Saoirse.

Lost Boys Pizza Delivered

That’s right: delivered. It’s been too long since we’ve been able to experience our favourite black dough from within the Camden based crypt that we all know and love, but somehow, despite everything, the LBP vamps have managed to pull through. They’ve created a new way by which the charcoal crusts that I dream about (Ready Pizza One, I’m looking at you) can be delivered straight to me, no mess, no stress, no fuss. And that’s not all: who knew that some funny looking plastic pouches could be the ideal vessels for mail-order cocktails? So not only can I sink my teeth into a slice of heaven at home, done exactly how I like it, but I can do so with my favourite tipple in hand, sitting back, relaxed and ready to rumble. I mean, really, what more could I ask for? 

But how does it work, you ask? What if I can’t cook? What if I don’t trust myself? How could Lost Boys Pizza at home possibly be anywhere near as wonderful as it is in the heart of Camden? Have no fear, my friends, because I am here to explain and review solely for the purposes of your ease and pleasure. The breakdown? You want it, I’ll give it ya. The ramblings that follow are intended to provide you with a deeply descriptive exploration of the order at home experience. Now, let me take you on a journey across the border, to my tiny kitchen in Cardiff, Wales, where my Lost Boys Pizza In Your House adventure begins…

The Power Of Slice Compels You

Living so far away from the best pizza joint on the planet has been difficult. It really is one of those places with an atmosphere that can’t be captured anywhere else. I often find myself daydreaming, thinking back to the last time I had a slice of Lost Boys Pizza goodness and knowing full well that it was far too long ago. I’d be lying to you guys and to myself if I said I didn’t crave the taste of several menu items on the reg, and it’s a hard life not being in the UberEats delivery range. It’s true that distance makes the heart grow fonder. 

It is worth noting, too, that lockdown has been tough on all of us, but our favourite independents are amongst those who’ve suffered the most. From unforeseen closures to last minute reopenings and all the way back again, things have been moving in circles without any forward momentum. So of course, when I found out that Lost Boys Pizza could send me a pizza in the post at just the click of a button, I had no choice but to offer up my support (and my empty stomach for filling). No restriction could stop me any longer. I was ready, willing, and all of a sudden, I was able. I found myself placing an extensive order without a second thought.

Lost Boys Pizza At Home

After placing my order on Tuesday, Saturday rolled around faster than I could say ‘You Must Feed’. Familiar to all of us is the feeling of excitement that comes when you’re waiting patiently by the door, hoping any second to hear a knock or two from the postman. It’s a child-like excitement, like waiting for Christmas morning. And when the time came, I wasn’t in the slightest disappointed. In fact, I would go as far to say that I was beyond impressed. My order arrived within my allotted delivery time slot, dressed up to the nines in all its protective gear, waiting to be unwrapped like the gift I’d always wanted. 

Reading through the provided instructions for Lost Boys Pizza’s Take and Bake, I could practically hear their voices creeping through the words on the page. The steps guided me from start to finish, making sure I had all the equipment I needed to make my Lost Boys Pizza at home as delicious as possible, and even factoring in a quick break to take a sip (or hefty gulp) of my chosen beverage. It was, for want of a more appropriate term, as easy as pie. After carefully unwrapping the goods, I discovered that the toppings were nicely separated and clearly labelled in their own little pots (not that I needed a label to tell me the difference between smoked ham and broccoli). Each of the bases were as black as I’d been promised, stacked neatly on top of each other inside boxes stamped with the Lost Boys Pizza seal of approval. All I had to do was put it together and not let it burn!

 With the Lost Boys Pizza In Your House playlist turned up loud enough to shake not only my walls but the walls of my neighbours too, I enjoyed the taste of a Lost Boys Pizza at home. I sat comfortably in my pyjamas on my sofa, sharing slices with my housemates and squeezing the last of that Spicy Green Pineapple Relish straight onto my tongue. It wasn’t Camden, by any stretch, but it tasted just as good. The passion, love and care that went into these mail order packs could be felt so strongly at every stage of the making, baking and eating process, so that even the vampires themselves were there in spirit.    

For a long while, I had a Lost Boys Pizza shaped hole in my heart that was crying out to be fixed. After my experience with ordering pizza at home, both my heart and my stomach are full to the brim. I’m high on slices, happy as larry and soon to be hungry for more. If you take one thing away from my words, let it be this: Lost Boys Pizza In Your House needs you, and you must feed. Don’t deny it, you can’t fight it… click here to get your slice of heaven brought straight to your door. 

13 KILLER HALLOWEEN-THEMED BRUNCHES IN LONDON

The past week, the folks at The Resident gave us a treat for our tricks this Halloween month, scoring an impressive 6th for fun places to go during the Halloween season, for all things brunch related!! We couldn’t be happier! check out what they had to say below!!

6 Lost Boys Pizza, Camden 

Some pizzerias in London really have something to say for themselves, but this pizzeria? They’ve got something wholly different. Less trattoria, more coffin-oria (we tried), Lost Boys Pizza promise a restaurant of vampires and vegan options (for the less blood-thirsty among you), as themed brunch plates and bloody marys go hand in hand with skull lighting fixtures and walls plastered in bloodsucking paraphernalia.

245 Eversholt Street, Camden NW1 1BA; designmynight.com 

Made In Shoreditch’s slice of heaven

The past week, the folks at Made in Shoreditch dared to dine and feast at Lost Boys Pizza! After, they had some fine things to say about us. A long way from Shoreditch, our Camden restaurant was to their tastes and we couldn’t be happier about it!

Check out there full write up below;

Normally, anyone will get quite the round of applause when you recommend pizza. The applause this time has to be reserved for Lost Boys Pizza in Camden, probably London’s biggest hidden gem in the dough department.

Eat, pray, pizza

 

With a wardrobe that spans from black to grey ONLY (they are vampires after all), having a black pizza not only matches the outfits perfectly, the charcoal really works. As specialists in all things dark arts and black dough, these guys command their own trophy. 

When it comes to grabbing good food in London you really shouldn’t have to piss your money about to find quality! The pizzas at Lost Boys Pizza usually comes in at £8.50 a pizza – perfect for those wanting to find crisp perfection!

Pizza to die for

While everything Lost Boys Pizza comes in at the best vampire pun related menu in hospitality history, their pizzas aren’t the only thing making the puns list; they slung a few on a cocktail menu too. Whether it’s the blood curdling Necroni or the legendary Wild Kids Old Fashioned – you’ll have something tasty to wash your pizza down with.

Good cocktails can make you forget you aren’t a vampire

Most customers are usually tending to the business on their plates when they dine out to ever notice the noise around them. But, Lost Boys Pizza practically thrive on a killer playlist! These guys have put together some of the greatest sounds to have come out of the 80s that doesn’t just echo the 80s… it enhances it! From throwback gems to hits from that vital vampire flick, it really makes the place what its is!

Look, if you are reading this article wearing a pair of Buffy The Vampire Slayer pjs, or just love good pizza in a not so shabby place, then at some stage you need to check Lost Boys Pizza out!

With high tables, outdoor seating and an absinthe bar nestled in the basement… these guys may have played with a few comic book prints and vampire puns, but it’s simple, comfortable and bloody worth trying before the sun comes up!!

Croque Monsieur – Our hidden little bar of epic proportions

Hidden beneath Lost Boys Pizza is a fancy dive Bar of epic proportions. Available for private hire, drinks reservations and walk-ins and with a cocktail menu to suit all tastes. Croque Monsieur also boasts one of London’s finest ABSINTHE collections for those who wish to dance with the green fairy visit our website here https://absinthebar.london/