I am not sure what this place is so hyped, as the food has below average taste. I have had better meditarranean food on a lot of other places.
- Payment method:
- amex, all major credit cards, mastercard, discover, visa
- South Valley, Sherman Oaks
- Outdoor Seating, Television
Pita Kitchen Ventura Blvd.
- Take Out Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants, Restaurants, Sandwich Shops
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Greek, Sandwiches, European
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Below Average
Good food for the price and convenience. Order the Falafel! The interior is very small with a few tables for dining and a couple tables outside. Employees are busy but they give fast service and make good food.
Posted: 6/20/2010Provided by Citysearch -
It's small and packed but the food is worth it. I wish they'd get with the times and accept plastic. The prices warrant the Visa or Mastercard acceptance, but they at least have an ATM machine. The portions are always enough and I eat a lot. Unfortunately it could be hard to find parking or a table. I recommend walking to the Pita Kitchen because it's a PITA to find parking.
Posted: 3/20/2010Provided by Citysearch -
This place, is SO DISGUSTING, its insulting to call it ""middle eastern food"". Its nasty, tasteless, and full on vomit. I rather eat from out of the trashcan next door, than ever eat at this place again. This place should be closed down. The owner is making a killing on serving vomit w/ minute rice.
They have amazing middle eastern food at Pita Kitchen. It is very quick and reasonably priced. My only complaint is there isn't a ton of seating inside or out. However, if you have a craving for swarma or other great middle eastern food you can't go wrong.
Posted: 10/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This joint is less than 1/2 a mile from house, so I come here when I'm looking for Med. food, but too lazy to make the drive to The Royal Grill on Burbank Blvd. This place has the best shwarma? NEGATIVE. The Pita Kitchen (which is an ironic name because the pita is pretty weak; seems hard to find good pita nowadays. The Great Greek has got it down pat, but its Greek, not Med.) is a CLEAR second if judging shwarma compared to The Royal Grill. Both are inexpensive, but The Royal Grill still has a slight advantage there as well. My second fav is the Greek Knight (not Greek Nights on Ventura Blvd.) in Burbank. Also superior to The Pita Kitchen, but par with The Royal Grill. I'm not trying to diss The Pita Kitchen, its good food, but you can mos def find better elsewhere...if you're not too lazy to drive. ;)