Piadina or Piada is a thin Italian flatbread from the Romagna region which looks similar to a Roti. It is usually made with white flour, lard or olive oil, salt and water.
At Dolci Sogni, you can either choose the fillings or they have ones with fillings they recommend.
I like mine simple so I chose the fillings which is usually cheese and ham.
The first time I had their Piadina, it was not heated so it did not taste nice because the texture was dry and dense but the second time it was heated and much nicer.
Ham and olive pate:
The baguette was crispy, chewy and a little bit too hard while the ham and olive pate was quite flavourful but the olive pate was a little too salty.
Praga ham and cheese:
Had this twice and after it was heated the Piadina texture was soft and flakey which was delicious with the soft Praga ham and melted cheese in the middle.