Watch through the open kitchen as the skilled chefs hand press the dough (you won’t find any rolling pins here) and form it into a perfect circle laden with the freshest toppings available.
But what makes this place truly special is the dough of course. Plank uses a combination of flours, a slow fermentation process (similar to it’s famous sourdough bread) and simple ingredients that result in a perfectly crispy, subtly tangy and airy crust.
Paired with a glass of wine and lemony salad, this is a quality spot for a low key neighbourhood dinner.
Plank is by the same people behind Baker and Cook, who take up the space next door.