A RESTAURANT in Caversham is offering customers across the country the chance to enjoy its wood fired pizzas from home.

The Last Crumb on Prospect Street is run by Dodo Pub Co. which is allowing people to order its pizzas to cook at home during lockdown.

The Last Crumb is currently closed due to Covid restrictions and its website explains it is "planning on bringing back a takeaway menu very soon".

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The 'nearly cooked' home bake pizza toppings include Margherita, chorizo piccante, vegan Margherita and truffle fungi.

Leo Johnson is the co-founder of the Dodo brand and said the pizza delivery service is "really important for us at the moment" adding it is "one of our only sources of income".

He said the pandemic has been "very difficult" and said he appreciates people supporting the business "in any way they can".

Dodo Pub Co's website explains it has teamed up with Pedal + Post to deliver the pizzas to customers.

The employees collect the orders from the kitchen before pedalling straight to customer's doorsteps or a DHL dispatch.

Dodo Pub Co also runs other pubs including The Rickety Press in Oxford.

The Last Crumb in Caversham replaced The Prince of Wales and opened in October 2019.

Its name is a nod to Reading's ties with the biscuit industry.

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Mr Johnson said when the pub has been open in the last year the reaction has been "brilliant".

He revealed: "I could not be more pleased with the way in which locals have literally taken The Last Crumb on."

He added: "It’s already loved by the community for sure."

Click here for more details on how to order the pizzas.