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43 E. Colorado Blvd. (Fair Oaks Ave.) Send to Phone
Fun Middle Eastern-inspired menu with cross-cultural influences.
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Lunch & Dinner daily
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Pita Jungle Restaurant Review

: This branch of a primarily Arizona chain offers modern takes on Middle Eastern specialties at winning prices. You can begin with a spanakopita with delicate phyllo or a lavash bread “quesadilla.” Main courses include wood-fired salmon and Indian-inspired tikka masala along with more expected items like a chicken shwarma wrap and Greek salad. A Philly cheesesteak pita is just as messy, but healthier than the original concept. A short list of global wines and craft beers is provided, and desserts range from baklava to carrot cake. This is a good spot for vegetarians---there are several veggie burgers and wraps---or anybody looking for a healthy meal. Gallery art hangs in the worn-brick-clad dining room, with an open kitchen in the rear.

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