The Gower Dough Co, Brecon - Review


The Gower Dough Co, Brecon - Review
The Gower Dough Co, Brecon - Review
We recently spent a weekend in Brecon as climbing Pen y Fan has been on our to-do list for the longest time. Now, when we booked our trip, we just chose a weekend we were free, booked a campsite and that was that. Anyway, fast forward to the week of the trip and we get an email confirmation that mentions the Jazz Festival. Neither of us had ever heard of it but as luck would have it, our weekend in Brecon just happened to coincide with the Jazz Festival. 

So, when we wandered into the main part of the town for dinner in the Friday evening we were very pleasantly surprised to see pop up bars, street food vans and lots of people hanging about. There was, of course, also lots of musicians playing live jazz which was great to listen to. 

There were a few food stalls that took our fancy but the people walking past with pizzas from The Gower Dough Co 100% made our minds up for us. They looked amazing! We were there over the heatwave weekend so fair play to their staff who were slaving away at that pizza oven in a converted horsebox in 36 degree weather.

On the menu, were a few different pizzas to choose from but when garlic mushrooms and spinach is an option, it's a bit of a no-brainer for me. We also shared one of their garlic dips which could just be one of the garliciest things I've ever tried, in a good way! What an honour. 

The pizzas were light, full of flavour and I could absolutely have scoffed another. At £8 they're well priced and if I ever find myself in the same vicinity as The Gower Dough Co again, I'll definitely order again. Festival food often gets a bit of a bad rep for being overpriced and tasteless, but that certainly wasn't the case here...

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