August 2, 2014 pizza, Street food 3 Comments

Stall

Stall

It was a very welcome sight to see the Street Food Cartel’s pizza offering, SoLaTiDough, make an appearance at the Festival’s George Square gardens.

Joining fellow Cartellians, Pad BKK and Scoop, the fare on offer here showcases a flaming wood-fired oven, which cooks the pizzas in double quick time at around 400°C.

Pizza

Pizza

With four options, margerita (£6), pepperoni (£7), Italian sausage (£7) and a goat’s cheesey veggie choice (£7), I took a good few moments to make my decision.

At last year’s Festival, I focussed entirely on veggie food, but I’m thinking I’ll try to sample a little bit of everything, this year. Accordingly, I settled upon the Italian sausage pizza.

Menu board

Menu board

Having placed my order with the friendly counter folks, my pizza was ready in just a couple of minutes. I collected it from the counter then took a seat at one of the picnic tables.

Topped with rocket, it was a rather smart looking item. The base looked super thin and so it proved, making for light and crisp mouthfuls. Topping was delicious, particularly the tasty sausage chunks. It was a winner.

So overall, I enjoyed my trip to SoLaToDough and would recommend a visit. This is pizza done with elegance and style. It will prove a big favourite with Festival crowds.

4 stars 2

Written by BKR