Gordon Ramsay, the high-profile chef, is planning to roll out his new Street Pizza concept, MCA understands.

The chef launched the “bottomless” Neapolitan-style sourdough pizza concept on the ground floor of his existing Bread Street Kitchen restaurant in the One New Change development in April.

MCA understands Ramsay has now appointed property advisors at Bruce Gillingham Pollard to seek out A3 sites across West, East and South London for concept, which offers bottomless Neapolitan style pizza slices for £15 as well as cocktails, craft beers and late-night entertainment.

Varieties of pizza include margherita; spicy pepperoni; charred aubergine with pine nuts, wild garlic pesto and tomato; and corn and chorizo with sweetcorn puree, pulled chicken, spring onions and coriander.

A selection of snacks and sides are available for £5 or less, including olives; nuts; warm sprout salad; and ‘street salad’.

Dessert options comprise a negroni ice cream and tiramisu, both priced at £6.

Drinks include a concise cocktail list of ‘hard lemonade’; negroni; ‘Pompelmo’ Collins; and a street spritz. Also available are two beers; prosecco; two red wines; and two white wines.

All-female DJs will be playing sets each night from 6.30pm until late.

“If there’s one thing I believe it’s that pizza doesn’t need to be complicated,” said Ramsay at the launch of the concept. “Let me introduce you to simple, bottomless pizza, served by the slice so you can enjoy as much of each of our signature toppings as you like.”