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Eata Pita

  • $$
  • Middle Eastern
  • 89 E 42nd St, New York 10017 40.752998 -73.977056
  • (At 42nd St)
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  • (212) 297-2500
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User Ratings (Based on 6 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 4 Value 4
Service 4 Atmosphere 3

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 297-2500
Dining Concourse Catering MasterCard visa American express diners club
mon-sat: 11am-9pm, sun: 11am-6pm
Catering, Lunch, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Eata Pita

    Posted by Anonymous on 2014-08-12

    excellent falafel despite lack of pickles

    Falafel was way better than I remember getting at this stall years ago. The falafel balls themselves had just the right amount of crunch: not overly fried, not baked. Hummus was included in the $6.40 price. Salad was a good looking mix of lettuce, red

  • Eata Pita

    Posted by Benjamin on 2011-06-10

    best falafel in town!

    I am from israel, and coming to ny I did not think I would find that great middle eastern falafel, but at eata pita I did! the falafel was one of the best I have had and the pita was very fresh! their salads and sides were also delicious!

  • Eata Pita

    Posted by Anonymous on 2010-11-30

    No whole wheat on weekends

    Tried to order a falafel on whole wheat pita and they told me "no whole wheat on weekends". If they were baking the pita themselves fresh daily I guess I could understand. But come on, it's a bag with a twist tie from a food distributor - let it out of

  • Eata Pita

    Posted by NYer@Heart on 2010-01-27

    Excellent Quality

    We had just landed into LGA and our Shuttle dropped us off at Grand Central and while we were waiting for the Hotel Shuttle we were able to get a Chicken Shwarma and Lamb Gyro to go. We've had these 2 dishes while traveling to so many places and this is

  • Eata Pita

    Posted by Midtowner on 2008-03-24

    Ok I guess

    I used to work above Grand Central and this was the only Middle Eastern place around. For that purpose, it was ok, but nothing great. Typically Israeli - a poor knockoff of real Middle Eastern food, with a bit of poor American knockoff thrown in to boot

  • Eata Pita

    Posted by Pat on 2005-10-07

    Surprisingly good -- give it a try!

    We stopped here for a quick bite to eat before heading home around dinner time. My husband got the falafel pita and I got the grilled veggies & hummus in a pita. We were not at all disappointed: the sandwiches were a generous size, very reasonably pric

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