From their website "AUTUMN BURRATA
House-made mozzarella with a porcini, mascarpone, ricotta, & truffle oil filling with melted leeks, and oak roasted mushrooms". This dish could inspire even the most lactose intolerant individual to throw caution to the wind and spend the rest of the evening doubled over but unremorseful. I could eat it with a shovel...We have visited Dough Pizzeria (tucked away in Blanco Junction Shopping Center) 3 times since a cooking classmate of mine from New York said she would drive to San Antonio from Austin just to eat the pizza!
From the extensive wine by the glass list, with a generous pour mind you, to the seasonally changing menu and homemade cheese, to the exemplary service, Dough Pizzeria is a top notch, hidden gem in San Antonio.
The oven was imported from Italy and reaches temperatures of 800 degrees F. cooking the pizzas to crispy perfection in 90 seconds. Dough is one of only four restaurants in Texas and one of an elite group of 28 restaurants in the United States that meets the strict guidelines of preparing traditional Pizza Napoletana as set forth by the Verace Pizza Napoletana Americas and its parent organization, Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana based in Naples, Italy.
It's worth a trip, from Austin or beyond. http://doughpizzeria.com/Index.asp