Review: Made of Dough Pop Up, W12

If you live in south London then you’re probably familiar with Made of Dough pizzas. They’re new to Little Feast in Shepherd’s Bush and for a short time only, they’ve assumed a semi-permanent place, until 15th May.


In their permanent home, they serve pizzas from a converted shipping container in Pop Brixton.

In Shepherd’s Bush it’s a railway arch and a covered, heated outdoor seating area, kept incredibly hot by the mobile pizza oven.


The menu kicks off with three drinks and I can wholeheartedly recommend the Blood Orange Sangria.  Boozy, sharp and a hint of basil makes this a rather lovely aperitif.


Five pizzas include the classic Margherita (£6.50); Chorizo (£10); artichoke (£9); Truffle (£11) and a Serrano (£12).


All the ingredients are sourced from Campania and Andalusia. The dough flour is milled in Naples, the Mozzarella, from Campania, is driven across Europe twice a week and the chorizo and piquillo peppers come from Andalusia via Spanish importer Brindisa.


The dough is fermented in 2 ways for a minimum of 60 hours, giving it a depth of flavour and helping aid digestion.


Tapenades, to dip the wonderful dough crust in include olive and anchovy tapenade (£3); a spicy romesco (£3) and a Basil aioli (£3).


There are a couple of side dishes which include a radicchio, orange and hazelnut salad (£5) and a wild green salad (£4)

Fans of Nutella will love the dessert, conchiglia a Nutella (£5) a thinner pizza dough rolled and shaped into a long crescent

The bill for three of us, including Sangria, was a pretty reasonable £51.50, without service.

Closed Monday and Tuesday
Wednesday to Friday (6pm to 11pm)
Saturday (midday to 11pm)
Sunday (midday to 8pm)

For bookings call 0203 490 0750 or email