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Pita Grill - 7th Ave
Posted by Anonymous on 2015-04-20
This pita grill location never gets the order right. Any time I have ordered from here there is something missing from the panini or salad or whatever it is. I once got a chicken panini without any chicken! Overall the food is disappointing. Other locatio
Posted by Roccoz18 on 2014-01-16
I found the Pita Grill to be a little on the expensive side when you look at what you actually get in either a pita sandwich or platter. I ordered a chicken pita sandwich. There were two thin, dried out pieces of chicken with salad and tahini. Price- $
Posted by Jon M. on 2011-04-26
My companies office recently moved to Chelsea from the East Village home to one of the city's Mamouns. Now, I understand that competing with Mamouns on both quality and price is hard to do for any respectable restaurant owner but this Pita Grill failed on
Posted by anonymous on 2011-01-13
a $10 lamb gyro in a pita-- had to be frozen meat- not good at all. but no one is ever in here, so I should've know better. Just wanted to try it- b/c I walk by it all the time. pretty disappointing. much better options out there for less. I didn't k
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-08-26
Food is great.
However, the person who took your order over the phone would give you a "I don't care if I don't do business with you" attitude.
I made the second call just to make a tiny changes on my order. That guy asked, "Are you sure? Positive?
Posted by Annie F. on 2009-08-03
I'm just honestly puzzled by this place. The falafel has the consistency of oatmeal, is flavorless, and is far more expensive than similar places. It serves, without question, the worst falafel I have ever had, including the street vendor two blocks awa
Posted by Was a fan on 2009-05-26
We used to go to Pita Grill off and on when we wanted good, healthy food. We knew it would cost a little more than the hole-in-the-wall places, but it was worth it for the fresh ingredients. Today we decided to stop at the location in Chelsea and found
Posted by Angie on 2009-02-20
It's great food. Although it's not as "authentic" a falafel place as the hole in the shack places further downtown, the food is great and the service is wonderful. I love the Fish Tacos, the falafels, and the Sweet Potato Fries.