They say buses come in threes but apparently so do pizza establishments in Thornton Heath.

It was only a few months ago that residents were bemoaning the lack of choice and now we have three different venues serving up pizzas.

First Domino’s opened on the High Steet, then Tomatino at The Pond and now the former Brigstock Cafe (pictured) is being fitted out in to a pizza eatery after it was bought for £495,00 by Yunus Dosani, of Streatham.

Tomatino, has already got rave reviews along with its sister Spanish restaurant Taperia. The neighbouring restaurants are at  785-787 London Road which used to be Malaysian restaurant and karaoke bar, Bunga Raya.

Kisho Peter who works in the education sector owns Taperia with his wife Sunali, a trainee solicitor, set up the restaurants with the help of friend and business partner – a  co-owner of the Spanish chain Jamon Jamon, which has eating places in  Soho and Belsize Park.

Meanwhile in other business news The Chronicle has learned that part of the former HSBC has been leased to a firm of solicitors Legal Eagles who were located further up the High Street.

NO 91 was purchased for £457,000 at auction by Alphachem Limited based in South Croydon which is owned by the Bharwani family.

Fish lovers will also be pleased to hear that H&S Halal Meat Market on Cotford Parade is also undergoing refurbishment and according to the new owner it is going to be a ‘high end’ fishmongers.