MENUS that smell of parmesan and oregano is setting one pizza trailer apart from the rest.

Business is booming for Danny Holman and Simon Holder who have set up their business, The Pizza Boys Bicester..

The pair, who are both from Bicester, have been treating people at local events to their stone-baked Neapolitan pizzas from a bright red trailer.

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After launching in November last year, their pizzas are proving a hit with the locals as they tour various food shows and events in and around the town.

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Mr Holman, who is 34, said: “Since March we've been fully booked - things have taken off really quickly. We’re booked for weddings, parties and events - we're really surprised at the amount of interest we've received.

“A lot of people know about us thanks to social media - it’s pretty much free promotion.”

Mr Holman and Mr Holder both studied at Banbury College and have been chefs for 15 years.

Over the last 10 years they have been lucky enough to work together and both currently work as chefs at Oxfordshire Health & Racquets Club in Oxford.

The men set up The Pizza Boys trailer because they noticed a lack of fresh handmade food available at local events.

Mr Holman said: “We weren’t happy with the food that was on offer - it was all cheap or mainstream. Most stalls were focussed on quantity rather than quality but we wanted to create something that sets us apart.

Bicester Advertiser:

“Our pizzas taste very different to what you would get at Dominos or Pizza Hut, for example we prove the dough for 24 hours so you have a really nice fluffy dough.”

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The Pizza Boys only use fresh ingredients for their handmade toppings, some of which come from Italy including tomatoes, cheese and meats.

Mr Holman, who has family from Italy, added: “We know exactly what’s going into the toppings that we make and there aren’t any additives. We also use local seasonal ingredients, so we change our menus – our summer and winter menus are very different.”

The chefs have created 20 different pizzas and select around six for each event which differs depending on what their clients want.

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Working with printers, Instantprint, scented menus is their latest idea to pull in more customers.

Mr Holman said: “We try to do anything different to set us apart and are open to ideas. It’s a really brand new idea and we just thought it was something cool to do.”

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The Pizza Boys' trailer has graced events such as Thame Food Festival, East Oxford Market and Bicester Bike Ride and are excited to be at Blenheim Palace for Countryfile Live which starts today.

People seem to adore their handmade pizzas and have left five-star reviews on their Facebook page.

David Jaycock said: "So happy we finally got to taste one of your amazing pizzas which I thoroughly enjoyed. One of, if not the best pizzas I’ve had, tasty toppings and a perfect base. I really couldn’t recommend you highly enough."