Named Billy Joe’s Pizza, it looked a little strange, a little rough around the edges and a little chaotic, so it fit in perfectly with the rest of the mayhem unfolding on the nearby streets.
Serving pizza by the slice (£3.50), they had a couple of handy looking slices of ham and mushroom when I wandered past, so I ordered one. It was plonked on a paper plate by the cheery counter man, then I was soon on my way.
The base had nice crispness but leant itself to folding and shoving faceward which I duly did.
It proved to be satisfying eating with a good little spice kick to the tomato sauce. Topping was all good making smiles assured.
So overall, Billy Joe’s was a simple and tasty spot for quick snackish food on the go, between shows. If you get the chance, stop by in its last couple of days of trading.