The name suggests a basic pizza takeaway But this is much more. It is the next venture of Arthur Potts-Dawson the chef and restaurateur from London who made himself famous with his "The People's Cooperative" venture in London and filmed for Channel 4.
Before that, and after a career with the Roux brothers, head chef at the River Cafe, executive chef at Jamie Oliver's Fifteen restaurant and working with Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall, he set up and ran the highly regarded and very sustainably run Water House and Acorn House restaurants. He has now returned to Somerset and started this new venture and rumour has it it will start to spawn more branches soon.
Anyway - the emphasis on great fresh ingredients, and a very sustainable operation, are all still there. Although everything is very simple, the ambience is rustic and lovely and the food is great - eat there or grab a pizza to take home and enjoy in the cottage in front of the log burner.
Check it out here: www.brownpaperpizzas.com