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Thu Apr 22 2010
This tiny takeaway kitchen (just a couple of counter seats) serves pizza plus a few Sardinian specialities – spaghetti bottarga (mullet roe), crespelle Due Sardi (ricotta and spinach pancakes) – to the barflies of the cool, dressed-down bar next door, Dreambagsjaguarshoes, between noon and 10pm.
Slightly sour, chewy dough provides great contrast to intensely tomatoey passata in the margherita, and we were pleased to taste the finely chopped basil before we saw it– a scatter of whole leaves on top may look fresh and fancy, but they don’t always combine properly with the flavours beneath.
On an otherwise excellent signature Due Sardi pizza, the passata was rather lost behind fine Sardinian sausage and pecorino, and the scatter of onion circles on top was a little ugly. Good, then, but not refined.
Due Sardi Dreambagsjaguarshoes