Pizza Capers in Kenmore to Go Mobile, Opens Another Window of Opportunity for Entrepreneurs

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Kenmore’s Pizza Capers will be going mobile as it launches its first gourmet mobile food truck in July.

Part of the Retail Food Group, Pizza Capers opened its doors to the public in 1996 and was the first to market franchise opportunities and they were also the first to promote gourmet pizza. Sherrie Halliwell, the managing director of Pizza Capers said that the food truck will be a fully functioning mobile pizza store that will operate in various areas around Australia.

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The mobile food truck also allows franchise partners and will open up a limited time offer to those who wish to own a food business in the food truck industry, “Those interested are now able to purchase a franchise for less than $50,000 start-up cost inclusive of initial franchise fees, comprehensive training and local marketing launch activities,” Ms Sherree said.

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Pizza Capers offers various pizza flavours such as Reef & Beef that is loaded with what else? Beef goodness! They also offer pizza wraps, pasta, and wings.

Over the years, the restaurant has received nothing but good reviews from satisfied customers. Because after all, who doesn’t like pizza and it just so happens that this Kenmore original definitely takes one to pizza heaven with just a bite.

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A review on Zomato by I Make Food Into Nards says, “Nom nom nom. So who cares if you order pizza after you have had a few beers? Maybe a lot of beers. I don’t judge. But when I do have a few beers I know that I can rely on pizza capers to bring me delicious. Mainstream pizza shops have robots and really bad ‘deal combos’. But capers is always there to sooooth a hard earned hunger. Get the ‘flying pig’ I cannot stress that enough.”

You can check out their menu here and order online as well.