Fresh, fast and local – pizza, appetizers and East Indian cuisine you don’t want to miss out on!

Fresh, fast and local – pizza, appetizers and East Indian cuisine you don’t want to miss out on!

Love fresh, local pizza? It’s time to discover Delta’s hidden gem

Locally sourced ingredients and palate-pleasing selections make for a winning combination

While many of us have spent more time than ever close to home, some have spent a lot of time on the road and on the job, doing the necessary work to keep the community running.

The opportunity to support those people in these challenging times has been rewarding in itself.

For Anil Ramcharitar, customer service representative at Kwantlen Pizza & Party Place, his restaurant’s location on a shipping route in a busy commercial area has brought him many factory and shift workers, as well as truck drivers making their way to Mexico, US and across Canada.

“While a lot of us have been spending time near home, these people have been on the road. It’s really rewarding serving them because we keep the workers happy and fed so they can continue with their work and tasks,” Anil explains.

Today, as we anticipate the return of more “normal” times, Anil is keen to continue serving delicious, affordable meals to these tireless teams, but also to reach out to the rest of the community!

Boasting freshly made pizzas, with vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, appetizers and a full East Indian menu, you can choose from an array of palate-pleasing selections.

With a chef boasting more than 10 years of experience in the finest restaurants, committed to sourcing fresh, quality ingredients from local farmers’ markets, you can taste the difference quality makes. Plus, by sourcing local, with Verka Food and Saputo, for example, you can feel good knowing you’re making a difference in your community – so go ahead and reach for that second slice!

Onsite, fully licensed dining is available and with delivery options too, you can enjoy your meal wherever you’d like!

With free parking available and easy access for trailers and big trucks, it’s never been easier to make a trip to Kwantlen Pizza & Party Place. Nestled on Fraser River, you’ll also get the chance to take in some stunning views while enjoying a delicious meal.

As we ease out of restrictions, the team is eager to host events and functions again once protocols permit. Their restaurant is available for private events such as weddings, business lunches, dinners and cocktail receptions and catering options are offered.

If you’re ready to enjoy a delicious bite to eat, made fresh and locally, a trip to Kwantlen Pizza & Party Place is in order!

To learn more, you can visit them online or in-person!

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