Picture this: Your choice of crust. Choice of sauce. Unlimited toppings. And the whole thing bakes in five minutes or so. That’s eating at Pizza Studio, one of those new-fangled Chipotle-style pizza spots.
I got the whole grain and flax seed crust, tomato blend sauce, vegan cheese, roasted herb potatoes, mushrooms, roasted zucchini, caramelized onions, olives, artichoke hearts and topped with truffle salt.
As you can see, it’s a nice thin, crispy crust just the way I like ’em and it’s pretty flavorful with the flax seed and all. Because it’s a thin crust, it cooks fairly quick in the conveyor oven once you’re done customizing your pizza. There was just the right amount of vegan cheese, sometimes when there’s too much cheese, it can be a bit overwhelming.
For the toppings, I just went with whatever veggies looked good. Can’t say I’ve ever had tiny cubes of roasted potatoes on my pizza before, but it’s actually pretty good. Next time though, I’m going to try a different finishing item, the truffle salt made it a tad too salty for my liking.
About 10 bucks for an 11-inch pie, although the vegan cheese is a dollar extra (which kinda chaps my hide, it’s the only item that cost extra). Will I be back? Oh sure, there’s all sorts of different crusts, sauces, veggies and seasonings still to try (it looks like the gluten free crust and basil pesto are the only ones not vegan).