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Mr. Pita

by Meghann on October 2, 2008

 Mr. Pita was interesting.

It was a lot smaller of a restaurant then I thought it would be. I was picturing this huge place with a decent pita buffet similar to the size of CeeCees’ Pizza buffet. Instead it was a small sad looking place with just a few customers. Mr. Pita is fairly new to the location and with how cute the website was and the displays on the outside, I was fairly disappointed with the boring look of the inside. Nothing special.

I was also reminded why I don’t do buffets, they’re so dirty! The food looked unappetizing like it had been sitting out for a while and I kept thinking how many other hands could have touched it. In fact when we were leaving I caught my cousin grabbing a slice of a pita pizza off the buffet with his bare hands! I am in no way a germ freak but this grossed me out for some reason.

The actual pita that I ate was not that, if not a little dinky.

I ended up with the Hawaiian Chicken Pita which came with chicken, pineapple, teriyaki sauce, lettuce and tomatoes in a whole wheat pita.


 I got the combo and had a small Minestrone Soup on the side.


As I said over all the food was not that bad, but I’m not sure I would visit here again unless the person I was eating with desperately felt the urge to. I think I will stick to Pita Pit for all of my pita cravings. J

Wow that’s 0 for 2 on lunch outings this week! I am definitely going to try to stick to eating at home for next week. I always feel better just eating at home. J

Before my lunch adventure I snacked on some left over zucchini, squash and apple slices.


For my part of trying to be green I recycle my Ziploc bags whenever possible. This one must have housed an onion before the zucchini and squash because they had a slight onion flavor to them. It wasn’t bad I’m just glad the apple wasn’t in there long enough to absorb the flavor as well. J

This afternoon I brought a Blackberry Graham Kashi Cereal Bar to munch on when the mood calls for it.


I am very much looking forward to this snack. J

Tonight I am going to test out my Secret Ingredient recipe for the week. Now lets cross our fingers it comes out edible. I’m really excited to try it!

1 maggie October 2, 2008 at 4:15 pm

Once I kept garlic in a tupperware and the next thing I put in the tupperware was oatmeal – it was not a pleasant experience. But onions and apples are kind of okay 🙂

2 VeggieGirl October 2, 2008 at 5:59 pm

So sorry about your Mr. Pita experience 🙁

Hooray for testing out the Secret Ingredient for this week!!! 🙂

3 Allison October 2, 2008 at 8:37 pm

Sorry Mr Pita wasn’t as good as expected – I hate when new restaurants let you down like that! I can’t wait to see what you come up with for the squash!!

4 Megan October 2, 2008 at 8:39 pm

Sorry lunch was only so-so! I love those Kashi cereal bars!

5 Christie October 2, 2008 at 8:56 pm

Ohh cant wait to see the recipe!

6 noreen November 10, 2008 at 8:29 am

The pitas have nothing in them and the bread is dry.

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