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Two Italian chefs have launched their mobile pizza shop, which has become the first in Thailand.
The mobile pizza shop is a large truck modified as a pizza kitchen with a wood-powered stove and a kitchen desk. One of the chefs prepares the dough while the other bakes it. They also piles up woods beside the stove, adding classic look to the kitchen.
Luca Apino (from Bottega di Luca) and Frederic Meyer (from Issaya Siamese Club, Namsaah) launched their mobile pizza kitchen at the MK Gold car park on Soi Saladaeng in Silom area on Tuesday. It is located under the shade of 100-year-old tree and they put up dining tables on the ground in front of their kitchen so their patrons can also enjoy the cool shade.
The two said they received an inspiration from the world’s first mobile pizza shop that was launched in Marseille, France, by Jean Meritan.
The two chefs called their shop as Pizza Massilia. They plan to move around their kitchen to several provinces and stay at each location for one month.
For example, they plan to sell their pizzas at Khao Yai area in Nakhon Ratchasima’s Pak Chong district. They also plan to sell in Chiang Mai and Phuket as well as Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan.
The two chefs said their pizzas are special because they use premium ingredients from Italy and France, including Mozzarella cheese and organic dough. Their stove was specially designed to use wood burning to bake the pizzas.
Their special dishes are Culatello Pizza, Truffle Mortadella Pizza, and Provencal Ratatouille Pizza. They will also make seasonal pizzas with fresh ingredients from Europe.