First things first, Little Wing is busy. There were always people waiting for tables and they do a cracking trade in takeout pizza too. Their pizza boxes are gorgeous - a beautiful pale blue with the car printed on the front. they even have pizza slice boxes. Clever... They also really seem to cater for families, based on the table beside us - three young boys and their dad. The boys were having a whale of a time with pizza, icecream and hot chocolate afterwards. I'm sure they bounced all the way home on a sugar rush!
Garlic Doughballs - before and after
The doughballs came out in a little ceramic dish with two toothpicks to keep our fingers pristine. Luckily there were eight so we didn't have to negotiate who got the last one - it would have been me, for the record. I'm a dab hand at distracting The Hubs in such situations.
Our Quattro Stagioni pizza came with spicy meatballs, pepperoni, roasted garlic portabello mushrooms & artichokes on another large ceramic plate, with a pizza wheel tucked underneath so you could divide it up as you saw fit.
It had a lovely thin crust and a great edge for holding onto the slice but I was surprised that the promised spicy meatballs were more like regular Italian sausage with no hint of heat, but the pepperoni was hot, hot, hot. It was a gorgeous pizza - almost as good as the one from La Cucina in Limerick
The only downfall was the service. I know they were busy but you had to practically stand and scream to grab somebody's attention. Getting the bill and then paying it took 25 minutes... apparently their card machine was busy but nobody thought to let us know as we sat there for 15 minutes waiting, and waiting, and waiting to give them money for our great value lunch. And people waiting for tables gave us evil looks to pay up and get out... Easily remedied though.