Tutti Pizza is Stirling’s newest pizzeria.
Located on 21 Dumbarton Road, Tutti Pizza landed in Stirling last week. The new pizzeria also offers takeaways through Deliveroo.
The family-run restaurant has been around for two decades and specialises in authentic Neapolitan pizza. The owner’s maternal grandparents were from Italy and opened their first restaurant in Scotland in 1936.
All of the core ingredients – flour, tomatoes, cheese – are sourced from Naples. They use double-zero flour, which creates a pillowy yet crispy dough with the perfect amount of chew.
I enjoyed the pepperoni pizza, as well as the prosciutto and mushroom one. The toppings were perfect and didn’t slide off. The balsamic glaze on the latter pizza brought it all together. Its sweetness paired with the prosciutto and rocket was simply wonderful. Could this be the best pizza in Stirling?
Students can enjoy a pizza for £6 until the end of February when they visit Tutti Pizza in-store and present their student ID cards.
In the future, Tutti Pizza plans to expand options through toppings and specials.
Tutti Pizza serves pizzas from 5 to 9pm Wednesday to Friday, and from 12 to 9pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
For more information, visit their Instagram.
Featured image credit: Go Forth Stirling
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