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The staff of the Pitta Grill are very friendly and just attentive enough. They don't hover but they make sure that you don't run low on bread to eat with your meal.
The decor in the Pitta Grill is very understated and classical. The food here is authentically Greek with all of the flavors, colors and textures you would expect to find. There is a touch of Belgium to the dishes that I find rather wonderful. With the Assiette Pitta for instance, you get a serving of fries beside your meat and vegetables.
The chefs clearly know what they're doing in the kitchen and all of the food is certain to be pleasant.
Favorite Dish: My favorite dish would have to be the Assiette spéciale. I love a good pitta and this one is very satisfying. The plate is nearly too large to finish but it tastes so good that you'll finish it anyway. The plate is loaded with a variety of different vegetables and a generous chunk of feta.
An equally favorite dish of mine is their baklava. I'm very picky when it comes to baklava. It is so difficult to get the level of ingredients just right and it seems that far too many restaurants these days feel the need to add random ingredients to this simple dessert. The baklava from the Pitta Grill is everything that baklava is supposed to be, flaky, crunchy, dripping with honey and filled to the brim with sweetened walnuts.
When you eat at the Pitta Grill, make certain to ask for a baklava for the road since you'll most likely be far too full to eat it in the restaurant after your meal.Related to:
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