Scotland’s trying! Neapolitan style. Very soggy. Good ingredients.
brandonblack12/8/20, 1:31 a.m.
Best Neapolitan you’ll find in Scotland — ask for buffalo mozzarella instead of the fior di latte
johnduncan6/29/19, 1:56 p.m.
Looked great so first impression was very good. However it’s very difficult to cut into slices first of all (it doesn’t come pre-cut), and because the base is so wet and thin the toppings just slide right off if you try to pick it up so you need to knife and fork it, which I’m not a big fan of with pizza. This does seem generally accepted and everyone else I seen was using cutlery but it’s not my style. The crust is spectacular though, so was happy to get to the crust of each slice. This would score much higher if the toppings didn’t just drop off the pizza and you could it eat it like a regular pizza. I liked it, and would go back, but wouldn’t rate it highly as others. Next time I’ll try one with less toppings and see if it holds up better.
elliott.o'donnell4/12/19, 11:32 a.m.
Alright Frankie! here we have a Neapolitan style pizza, with a moist base and fresh ingredients. Good flop. One bite you know the rules! Tangy sauce and got to go for the buffalo mozzarella. Homely atmosphere makes this the place to be for a slice in Glasgow.
justin.swan3/28/19, 6:43 p.m.
Very good base. Nice enough toppings but could be more consistent. A good slice for the price!