I was skeptical of the scone; but one bite into the crunchy cornmeal combined with sweet cherries and I was sold. With a baked sugary top, the scone was sweet and a touch of savory at the same time. There were lots of textures and flavours at work here. I was only going to have a taste; but ended up eating half. It really didn't leave much room for the pizza; however, I needed to try it, right? Too bad the pizza wasn't exactly hot; but it was very tasty. Unlike most run of the mill pizzas, this one had lots of different flavours. The gremolata provided the added kick of flavour. I love garlic and the double-dose of garlic oil and garlic in the gremolata made the pizza very tasty, despite the absence of meat. I also liked the thin crust. Not exactly New York-style, the crust was a chewy and not soggy. Not the best pizza I've had; yet it was satisfying.
In addition to the corn scone, there are many more other baked goods available. It's too bad I didn't get to try all of them. After all, I just had visited Bakesale Betty and had pizza too. Believe it or not, we were on our way to Sol Food in San Rafael next. This must be a new achievement, fried chicken sandwich and pizza, scone and Puerto Rican food, all before 11:30am.
- A nice selection of baked goods and cheeses next door
- Reasonably priced
- Only one type of pizza per day