Gourmet Food on the Move

Get a Piz-za this!

We’ve never eaten a pizza at a wedding but isn’t this a marvellous idea? Apparently, wedding pizza buffets are the new thing and we can see why - it’s easy, it’s delicious and everyone, e-v-e-r-yone loves pizza. We felt the need to double-up on everyone because we are yet to meet a person who doesn’t like a crusty dough topped with meaty goodness with fresh veg and cheese… loads of cheese. Writing this opened our appetite massively, let this be a warning to you.

Dough & Deer

Invite your friends for a pizza eating party, special event or a walk to the food market because Dough & Deer makes a pizza every 90 seconds! Dough & Deer believes that it doesn’t take much to turn something good into something great which is why their fiery 600 degrees oven makes fresh 10-inch pizzas every minute and a half. This family owned Land Rover travels over all types of terrains beyond the Big Smoke. Originally from South London, Dough & Deer has been driven by its passion for Italian bakes and is now spreading across Surrey and Sussex. It is very often seen at wedding and special events.

When and where?

Wild Tweed Show (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire) – 6th – 7th May 2018

Summer Social (Richmond Athletic Grounds) – 2nd June 2018

We Are Festival (Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Upminster )25th -27th May

Richmond RUNFEST – 15th – 16th September 2018

Monsta Pizza

If you see a green big green monster with a hungrily open mouth – run! Run towards it before it’s made its next move. The Monsta won’t stay put and wait for you but if you are lucky it will pop-up in your town for a bit, most likely in the local Saturday food market.
Yes, the green monster is the distinctive look of the Monsta Pizza food truck. So all of you pizza lovers, leave your knight shields at home because your princess won’t need saving, maybe a serviette though.
The tasty pizzas travel around the country in their cool van and a monster-shape oven, so don’t miss out. You can find them in Oxford, Chesham and of course London.

Where and when?

Marlow Market – First Saturday of every month between 10am – 3pm

Ruislip Mano Farm – First and Third Sunday of every month between 10am – 3pm

Waddesdon Manor – Second Saturday of every month between 10am – 2pm

Banbury Road, Oxford – Second and Forth Sunday of every month between 10am – 3pm

Chesham Street Market (High Str. Chesham) – Every Wednesday between 11am – 3pm

Find the Monsta’s next conquest here https://www.monstapizza.com/find-the-monsta

I knead Pizza

Traditional Neapolitan style wood-fired pizza made with the finest San Marzano tomatoes and topped with Italian fior di latte mozzarella. I bet by the end of the sentence you read mozzarella with an Italian accent. This is how authentic I knead Pizza is. The guys at I knead Pizza want to keep it as Italian as possible and use imported meats for the toppings and local vegetables to ensure you get the freshest juiciest batch of sauces. Their doughs are made every-single-day and each batch is proved for 48-hours. So, you won’t be eating a pizza, but an Italian masterpiece. The founder of I knead Pizza, Paul, has spent a lot of his time traveling around Italy searching for the best pizza recipe. His great passion for pizza and cooking is what brought to us this wood-fried goddess that I knead Pizza is.

Where and when?

Around Stockport – Stockport Indoor Market, Heaton Moor Market and more.

The Metro Building - Every Thursday in March.

Liverpool Food and Drink Festival 28th – 29th April.

Find more locations and updates here: http://www.truckstoptoday.com/Browse/Truck/ikneadpizza

The Rustic Crust

What started as a family trip to Rome turned into 12 years of pizza making business Once indulged into the taste of real Italian pizza they never wanted to forget it, so they brought it to the UK.  Ten years and 3 ovens later they were ready to share their pizza recipes. The Nottingham based Rustic Crust has chosen the oldest (authentic) food style of making simple wood-fired flatbreads with simple toppings because as people say – less is more sometimes. Unless it’s cheese, then less is definitely not enough. The Rustic Crust is catered to the modern world and also offers a variety of vegetarian and vegan options.

When and where?

The Brown Cow (Mansfield) – once a month

For more locations check here: http://www.truckstoptoday.com/browse/truck/therusticcrust

Pizza Project

Projecting their love for pizza around the South East these guys have mastered the doughy craft. Completing an SNP course in Italian Artisan dough making at the National Pizza College (Yes, that’s a real thing!) they specialise in authentic pizza recipes using simple ingredients cooked to perfection. They use classic methods and hand-stretch their 48-hour proven doughs right infront of the customers. So, you aren’t just paying for food but for a culinary show.

Where and when?

Prince of Wales Pub – Every Tuesday between 4:30pm – 9pm

For more announcements check here: http://www.thepizzaproject.co.uk/locations/

Pizza Massimo

Real Italian pizza, made by real Italian chefs in the heart of London’s millennial hot spot – Shoreditch. If there is one thing millennial like more than pizza, that’s instagrammable food and Pizza Massimo is just that. Charge your batteries, clear up the memory because there will be pictures and it will get messy. This mobile pizzeria is in Shoreditch at all times, but you can also hire it for private events and weddings. They only use ingredients imported from Napoli so prepare your taste buds for some seriously Italian pizza.

Where and when?

Next pop-ups:

Leroy House, Islington 8th March lunch time

Shoreditch – 10th March after 6pm

We Work, Old Street, N1 6DR – 16th March lunch time

We Work, Old Street, N1 6DR – 30th March lunch time

Leroy House, Islington, N1 3QP -  22nd March lunch time