Burrata and Pizza at Dough Pizzeria

12.08.2015 by: Natalie Lomont
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Neapolitan style pizza restaurants can be found in nearly every neighborhood around Dallas these days. Some are more well known than others, and Dough Pizzeria is not one to be forgotten. That being said, unless you live in Preston Hollow or Northwest Dallas, perhaps it isn't your go-to. Next time, try or revisit Dough -- it's delicious.

Known for their Burrata Bar, in part thanks to the Food Network, you'll see several varieties of the creamy mozzarella goodness in which you can indulge. Find a classic preparation in addition to options including truffle, pesto, and prosciutto. Indecisive diners will be pleased to see the sampler, which includes the Rollatini, Richard's Caprese, Burrata and Prosciutto, and flatbread. The Rollatini is sort of like an Italian sushi roll. House-pulled mozzarella is wrapped around arugula, prosciutto, shaved truffle, Parmigiano Reggiano, and a touch of lemon. Flatbread comes alongside and is warm and slightly cheesy.

The Rollatini is heavenly.

Flatbread comes with the Rollatini but is tasty all on its own as well.

Something I really love about this restaurant is that the salads are actually exciting. Each one of them consists of tasty ingredients and can be made into an entree by adding roast chicken breast or smoken salmon filet. The Roasted Romaine is especially delicious with crispy pancetta, marinated onions, and semi-dried cherry tomatoes.

Roasted romaine is a nice way to change up the typical salad offerings and is easy to split between two.

If you want the type of experience that will have you procrastinating your last bite because you don't want it to end, order the Pork Love {as seen on the Food Network} and add sunny side up eggs. Oh my goodness. I am still thinking about this pizza. It's one of those explosions of perfectly combined flavors. Though it's not eating light, it wasn't nearly as heavy as I had imagined it tasting.

You may recognize the Pork Love from The Food Network. It's a must-try with eggs on top!

Don't fill up if you can help it. The dessert options are worth every calorie. On our visit, we had Italian butter cookies dipped in chocolate and served with vanilla ice cream. It was ideal for our full bellies, giving us a few bites of something sweet to end the meal. However, the more filling Nutella Panino sounded incredible. Maybe next time!

The Nutella Panino is excellent for sharing with a larger group. {Photo courtesy of Dough Pizzeria Dallas' Facebook Page}

Come for a date night or bring the whole family. Dough is a neighborhood spot that welcomes your kiddos, but it's quaint and quiet enough for couples. To-go orders appeared to be ready in a matter of minutes, and there is a bar as well. They have all sorts of specials throughout the week, so follow them on social media to keep up.

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{Dough Pizzeria Official Website}

{Cover photo courtesy of Dough Pizzeria Dallas' Facebook Page}

TAGS : Preston Hollow/North Dallas , Dough Pizzeria Napoletana