Fritto is planning to open a shop in the next few months in Smithdown Road – Liverpool as part of the Council regeneration scheme known as “House/Shop for a Pound”, which is aiming to regenerate the whole area, attracting new residents whilst building a stronger community with new shops. We aim to build a space for the community where residents can both buy typical Italian bakery products and learn how to make pizza and bread from scratch through a series of baking & cooking workshops. Our mission is to offer daily a variety of baked goods for the local community – bread, sweet pastries, Italian cakes – and serving the most authentic Italian coffees with a dedicated espresso bar.
Pizza al taglio
Alongside our current street food offer will we add to our menu, everyday fresh trays of Pizza al taglio – pizza by the slice. Originally from Rome, it is a variety of pizza baked in large rectangular trays, and generally sold in rectangular or squares by the weight. This is one of the most popular Italian fast food! For many years in Italy, and especially in Rome, it is has been a way for grab a quick snack ‘on the go’. This is a proper street food!
Our baking experience at Homebaked
For three years, Luca – the Italian Baker behind Fritto used to bake every morning in a community bakery in Anfield – “Homebaked”, just opposite to the football ground to provide fresh quality bread for local residents. Scones, bread and pizza are all customers favourite.