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Pita City Falafel

Kabobs - Shawarma - Gyro
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  • Middle Eastern
  • 180 7th Ave, New York NY10011 40.742737 -73.996996
  • (Btwn 20th & 21st St)
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  • (212) 741-1405
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User Ratings (Based on 24 reviews)

3.555
Food 3.7 Value 3.7
Service 3.7 Atmosphere 3.0

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 741-1405
Fax:
fax
(212) 691-6965
Websites:
www.pitacity.com
www.eatpitacitynyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Pita City Falafel for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Delivery Take-Out Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am-10pm Sat-Sun: 11am-10pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Delivery, Online Ordering, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
15.00

User Reviews

  • Pita City Falafel

    Posted by Rebecca on 07/26/2014

    Impressed.

    I just moved in to the neighborhood a week ago and the first nite I was here I had dinner at pita city and it was awesome. Very friendly staff, but the food was most impressive. The fresh juice is so good too.

  • Pita City Falafel

    Posted by Ramy khalil on 04/17/2013

    #1 falafel+humus/shawarma joint in NYC hands down!

    What can I say about this place other than it has the most quality and flavor packed falafel and shawarma ive tasted in all of manhatten. You can really tell they use fresh ingredients for the falafel none of that powder stuff. Great part is its always made to order so youll never get that soggy old/dry falafel taste or even worse heated up in a microwave like the street carts :(. The beef and chicken shawarma are amazing. Ive been coming here for years and I must say the food has always stayed the same and you really feel like your eating good quality whole food. They have tons of veggie and vegan options like baba ghanoush and veggie mousaka. I always pack my sandwiches with humus and tabouleh. Sandwiches come loaded with lettuce tomatoe cucumber and tahini sauce but their hotsauce is to die for. Kibbeh(little footballs stuffed with ground beef) and they have these tasty spinach pies in unique flavors like spicey and pomegranate aswell as regular and cheese. last but not least delicious fresh natural juices and even organic wheatgrass juice.

  • Pita City Falafel

    Posted by Rasha on 10/14/2012

    The Best Falafel in Town

    This is my favorite Falafel restaurant in Manhattan. I also like the Chicken Kabob and Gyro The pickles and olives appetizer and Veggie juices are also fabulous,

  • Pita City Falafel

    Posted by tony hadad on 08/12/2010

    real good stuff

    I have to say the last time i ate falafek like that, I was in Ramallah; real good stuff. I wish I lived a little closer.

  • Pita City Falafel

    Posted by hans on 05/12/2010

    not authentic at all

    I WANTED to like the falafel, which is one of my favorite foods, but they just don't taste good at all. The sides were "meh" - just not much good taste in anything. It takes like very fast food. The staff looked bored by you when you order - slow and unhelpful. I would not recommend this place.

  • Pita City Falafel

    Posted by dorothyamsten on 05/05/2010

    great food nice atmosphere

    their food is really delicious. is it definetly worth the price. i love how you can create your own combo sandwiches/platters. and also they have fresh juice and wheatgrass which goes good with their already healthy food.

  • Pita City Falafel

    Posted by Food mongrel on 04/26/2010

    Pretty, pretty, prettyyy good Falafel

    Surprisingly I was impress with most of what this place had to offer, I really try to avoid fried foods but the falafel is one exception I would definetly recommend. Although it may be a bit pricey I believe its worth it, If you around chelsea and enjoy middle eastern food try this place.

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