A NEW restaurant is coming to Wilton this weekend, teaming up with local businesses to provide sourdough pizza.

Owners of Nole, a pizza and beer room, said the new restaurant and takeaway service will be offering "a small, concise and seasonal pizza menu", with toppings including Hampshire buffalo mozzarella, vegetables and pepper pork.

This will be accompanied by an "informal and casual" style of working, as there will be no table service and seats are filled on a first-come-first-served basis.

Reeve the Baker will be supplying pizza dough daily, and Mike Curtis from the Unorthodox Furniture Co has designed and created the restaurant’s bench seating.

Nole can be found in what used to be the Saddle Room of the Pembroke Arms Hotel, Minster Street.

Ethan Davids, who is leading the team behind Nole, said: “Opening a restaurant during a pandemic is a wonderfully exciting and scary thing.

"Thankfully we are supported by a number of really great local suppliers and tradespeople, who have been working all hours helping us get things ready. We cannot wait to bring something totally new to the area, and hope people love what we’re trying to do.”

Nole will be opening its doors tomorrow, July 4, in line with restaurants, pubs and hairdressers reopening on the back of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Social distancing measures will be in force, and there can be no more than six people attending in one group.

For more information, including more Covid-19 measures and the chance to win free pizza for a year, visit Nole's Facebook page.