This post is not an #ad or sponsored post for Caithness Pizza – I’m sharing about small local businesses during times of lockdown!
Caithness Pizza first offered some delicious Italian fare from the doors of Lyth Arts Centre in Summer 2019, and have continued providing a socially distanced takeaway service for two nights a week during this summer’s time of lockdown!
Pizza suitable for vegans, vegetarians and meat-eaters are available, as are sides, and desserts. Soft drinks and John O’Groats Brewery beers are also available thanks to an off-sales licence at Lyth Arts Centre,
Our staple pizza order from the menu is the garlic mushroom pizza with an add-on of parma ham, but on our most recent order we added the special bolognese pizza. Pizzas are a generous size and could easily serve 2 for dinner, or you can buy multiple and have leftovers for the next day. Cooked in just 60 seconds, it’s true fast food made with quality ingredients!
Everything on the menu is freshly made by pizza maestros Tom and Charlotte (who are also the directors of Lyth Arts Centre which I’ve written about here. While it’s closed to performances for the moment due to the pandemic, LAC have been doing loads to make the arts accessible for families and care home residents during lockdown) who you see in action as you collect your pizzas at the time of your collection slot.
As well as our meaty pizzas, we also bought sides of Puttanesca salad and arancini – affectionately known as ‘rice baws’ – delicious deep fried balls of tomato and courgette risotto, with a perfectly melting centre of mozzarella.
To finish our meal, triple chocolate brownies were on the menu, and were absolutely delicious warmed up by a quick blast in the microwave! Our total bill was exactly £30 – brilliant value for a filling three course meal and leftovers for 2!
This post is not sponsored and we paid in full for our meal. All opinions are our own.