A new pizza takeaway will be welcoming customers next week in north Kent after its opening was pushed back.
Fireaway will be taking orders from November 9 at its new Gravesend branch as the firm begins to expand the number of stores.
The fast-growing company was launched in London in 2016 and now has 90 outlets across the country as it looks to open 100 by the start of 2022.
Their new home in Wellington Street is one of 25 opening in 25 weeks.
Fireaway's founder Mario Aleppo set out to create an unrivalled pizza experience and visited Italy to meet farmers who now send him their choicest peeled tomatoes directly from Naples.
He has also negotiated with mills in northern Italy who produce flour to his own specifications.
All food is baked daily for no more than three minutes in 400-degree ovens and the takeaway offers a choice of four bases, four cheeses, four meats and 20 toppings, all available for the same price.
Mario added: "We like to innovate and have also introduced the full range of gluten-free and vegan options to ensure there is something for everyone."
The Italian also offers a Nutella Pizza along with a range of shakes, wings and dessert-based treats, including cannoli.
The Gravesend shop will be open from noon to 11pm every day and offers delivery through Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats. You can visit their website here.
Nearby, there are already chains in Bexleyheath, Dartford, Chatham and Rainham.