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Pita Bread, Hummus and Tahini

by Pita Bakery

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4.10 (8)

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24 November 2021
Loved the falafel balls, crunchy and taste!

Hummus was great too, quite creamy, tangy and garlicky! #veganisnotscary

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15 November 2019
πŸ’Ÿ We ordered their $25 "taste it all" plattar which includes choice of 2 pita

breads, hummus, babaganoush, falafel balls, salad, pickles and 3 types of dip. Hummus is a healthy dish which is made from mashed chickpeas and tahini. It is a good source of protein and...

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15 November 2019
πŸ’Ÿ Pita bakery/cafe offers Mediterranean vegan cuisine.

It's a 100% vegan cafe. Their pita breads are freshly-baked, the texture is soft and fluffy. They have 7 types of pita bread - premium white, whole wheat, sesame, cajun (spicy), za'atar (with thyme herbs), garlic and ras el hanout (with cinnamon...

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29 September 2019
have heard great things about this place & finally tried it.

had the hummus, falafel with the za’atar & garlic pita breads. everything was fresh. hummus was creamy & had dashes of paprika which i...

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28 February 2021
The pita bread was okay but the hummus really let me down.

It was bitter and cold, not flavorful at all.

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30 March 2019
Big fan of the hummus, although its my first time trying it.

Pita was soft and fluffy! Only got 100gm of hummus and 1pita but after I finished my pita I continued eating some hummus on its own HAHA. Would have gotten more but ate this right after lunch.

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8 April 2018
Pita bread with delicious hummus and tahini - not much that can go wrong.

Pita Bakery has 7 different types of breads, I got the Spicy Cajun, Garlic and Premium White. The restaurant has an interesting concept - you can order spreads and dips in grams (100, 300, etc) instead of a dish.

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