360 Degrees Artisan Pizza opens its doors to the Rwandese Market
Kigali, Rwanda 11th December, 2018… 360 Degrees Artisan Pizza, a sister brand of Java House, today announced the launch of its first branch in Rwanda during the opening event held at Kigali Heights in the city’s capital, Kigali. The branch will be the first of its kind in the region. 360 Degrees Artisan Pizza is an upscale fine dining casual restaurant serving authentic Neapolitan Pizza in a warm and lively modern atmosphere.
The extension of the brand into unexplored markets such as Rwanda, is part of the Java House Group’s five year robust expansion plan that is set to create more employment for the youth in Africa. Java House Group’s brands are namely; Java house, 360 Degrees Artisan Pizza and Planet Yogurt.
“We are excited to continue expanding in the Eastern Africa region and offer a conveniently located destination for Rwandese individuals and families to enjoy our handcrafted dishes,” said Paul Smith, Chief Executive Officer at Java House Africa. “Our signature handcrafted, 360 degrees Celsius flamed pizza is a crowd pleaser and the core of everything we do at 360 Degrees Pizza. We’re truly looking forward to sharing our flavorful meals with the Kigali community.”
The brand’s pizza and wine pairing is what makes 360 Degrees unique and authentic crave-worthy Italian-inspired entrees. Whether guests are looking for a family chicken meal, pastas, salads, brunch options, 360 Degrees Artisan Pizza has a wide variety of flavorful offerings on its menu.
About 360 Degree Artisan Pizza
360 degrees Artisan Pizza is a Neapolitan pizza restaurant that is under the giant food chain Java House Group.
Named after the nature of our pizza which is cooked at above 360 degrees Celsius, we opened our doors in 2013 in Nairobi, Kenya to offer a unique upscale casual fine-dining experience.
Our pizza pays homage to old world Vera Pizza Napolitano traditions, but is a contemporary take on the style. The pizza arrives still steaming from our Stefano Ferrara wood burning oven. The crust is thin, with a blistered cornicione—the raised rim of the pizza that’s the outer crust of the pizza — about an inch thick. It is neither thin and crispy nor thick and soft but chewy and crisp all at once. Because it is handcrafted, no two are exactly alike. The toppings are fresh and natural with each ingredient tasting very much like what it is. Our pizza strikes a careful balance among crust, sauce, and cheese with not too much of any one component.
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