Ras el hanout Pita

by Pita Bakery
4.42 (11)
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Most helpful reviews

Arabic spice blend including saffron, cinnamon, and clove. Slightly sweet. Loved the pillowy soft texture!

($2.50 a la carte, $28.50 for full Taste It All platter)

I dont really know what this was or what its suppose to taste like but

soft & warm!

(the right one in the 2nd photo) the staff recommended this and explained what the

flavour is as cinnamon - i think that might not be the accurate name of the spice caus it's probably some Moroccan spice but yes cinnamon is a good way to describe what it tastes like!! can definitely feel the flavour coming through; this one can be eaten on its own

Lovely lovely spice blend on a beautifully baked pita bread. Perfect with their hummus and

Pita bakery along Bali Lane is a 100% vegan place, something Singapore certainly needs more of. An amazing range of breads, dips and falafels. I spent a Long time deciding what not to get this time(I couldn’t well buy everything, so I thought), so I’m definitely coming back here.

Never had ‘ras el hanout’ elsewhere before. I believe it’s a type of Moroccan spice.

I can’t describe it because there’s nothing similar in Chinese food but I’ll definitely recommend people to try it cause it’s really good :)

The infamous spice blend. Like the garlic pita, this pita (the one behind) is also

subtle in taste.

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