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 firstname.lastname@example.org