Jestic takes pizza ovens to the Piazza

Jestic – Alfa Pro – Piazza (Top) – Mid crop
The new Alfa Pro Piazza pizza oven can cook up to 80 pizzas an hour.

Jestic has brought Alfa Pro’s latest Piazza pizza oven to the UK, a model which has been designed with the unpredictable British weather in mind.

The commercial, stone hearth pizza oven is built for use both indoors and outdoors and features a seven layer powder coating and stainless steel construction for durability.

Showcasing Italian heritage and architectural design, the Piazza features a modern domed top, with various colour options available in a matte finish.

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The oven uses Alfa Pro’s CompactFlame technology, resulting in a heat up time of 30 minutes and an optimum working temperature of 450°C. Said to be simple to operate, a dial regulates the gas flame to deliver temperature control.

Suitable for a front of house, alfresco cooking setup, the chamber capacity of 4×12” pizzas and has an output of up to 80 pizzas per hour.

The countertop design of the Piazza ensures the oven can be positioned on an existing surface, or placed on a moveable stand for flexibility and ease of storage when not in use.

Steve Morris, sales director at Jestic Foodservice Equipment said: “Stone-baked, authentic Italian pizza is one of the most popular food choices when eating out. The new Piazza from Alfa Pro builds on this, delivering an exceptional stone-hearth, gas fired pizza oven that not only looks fantastic, but is designed specifically to be used outdoors where it can produce pizza quickly, with an outstanding flavour and even bake.

“Available in both natural gas and LPG variants, the Piazza features the stylish CompactFlame technology which is both aesthetically pleasing and provides uniform heat.”

The Alfa Pro Piazza is supplied as standard with a tempered glass door helping to retain heat, whilst allowing the chef to monitor the cook rate, and a chimney with adjustable vent helps to control the temperature. Optional extras include pizza peels, brushes, and rakes.

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