Happy Dough Lucky, a pop-up eatery, combines the love of pizza and dessert in one.
The team sourced recipes from Italy and the business is now a popular place for evening cocktails and tasty mid-week lunch.
Happy Dough Lucky is open until 3am on the weekends making it an alternative to a mayo-chicken from Mcdonalds after a few drinks on Friday!
Along with deals and offers catered especially to the students of Nottingham, it offers a lively and buzzing dining experience with DJ’s making appearances and opportunities to book tables in advance.
The owners say “We didn’t just want to follow the crowd and serve frozen hand stretched pizza. Our dough is always rested for at least 48 hours to give it a deep flavour & due to this & the amazing response we’ve had from our guests we sell out on regular basis. We will always keep space for walk-ins but bookings are advised”
There are six deliciously hand-stretched pizzas to choose from. Including the classic cheese, made from San Marzano tomatoes, basil and mozzarella. There is a selection of veggie pizzas too topped with courgette, artichoke and pesto!
For deserts, there are chocolate doughnuts, pancakes and Mr-Whippy style ice creams such as pistachio and salted caramel!
The Lacehouse’s owner Sach Nijran said they started their journey with a backpack, a camera and a notepad and went on a mission to find the best flavours and restaurants in Rome and the Naples.
“We were invited to go into the kitchens of some of the best restaurants and were taught their trade secrets. We adapted our recipes to incorporate some of these. We found and met some of our suppliers and gained invaluable experience and inspiration from the world’s best.
The experience will live with us all forever and hopefully, we’re doing the guys that invited us into their restaurants proud of the work we are now doing at Happy Dough Lucky.
This has been a long journey for us – we wanted everything to go perfectly and because of that I guess we were a little apprehensive (and scared) about opening our doors. Being an independent we also found it hard financially. However, our passion and eventual courage pushed us on.
Another thing we found on our travels was how kind and genuine people were. This is so important to all of us at Happy Dough Lucky. Service is absolutely integral to everything we do. So many times we have found restaurants offering fake, inadequate service – we don’t really get that.
Our whole team are in this industry not for the money, but because we love speaking to people and giving them amazing service, the sort of service you would receive if visited our homes.”
The pop-up will be around for two more months and you can book by visiting their facebook page, here!
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