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“Good food at a fair price”
Review of Pita Fresh - CLOSED

Pita Fresh
Cuisines: Mediterranean
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Reviewed 27 December 2012

This eatery is pretty good. My wife loves Mediteranean food- and she really enjoys eating here. Everything I have has here has been well made and fresh. Recommended.

Thank GREG C
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Reviewed 16 November 2012

Good fesh food in a casual atmosphere. When we went they no longer had table service so you order at the counter and someone brings out your food. You did get real silverware, not plastic, so all in all decent experience. Food freshly prepared.

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Thank PopTopBob
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Reviewed 8 November 2012

Fresh food, large portions. Don't think this is your average pita stop place. This is Pita Fresh - name says all.

Thank Tetontails
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Reviewed 15 October 2012

Next to a fabulous looking coffee house it's related to and owned by the same folks. Not too much atmosphere at the Pita Fresh inside, but nice outside and the food & service more than makes up for it. Fresh, quick, yummy - very happy young lady server, & she gave great recommendations. Fabulous lentil soup :)

Thank takatrp
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Reviewed 27 August 2012

This is a friendly, earnest little restaurant and I don't like to give it a negative review but, the food was just not up to par. We ordered lentil soup, tabouleh, rice, and the Veggie Combo plate. The lentil soup was just good, not great. It could have used a less timid hand with the spices. The tabouleh was strange - I thought they had brought the wrong salad because I couldn't detect any bulgur (cracked wheat) in it! Just a bland melange of parsley, tomatoes and cucumbers. The Veggie Combo plate was the biggest disappointment. The felafel was good, but the rest of the plate was more 'miss' than 'hit'. Again the bulgar-less tabouleh. The baba ghanouj and hummus both seemed really lacking in flavor and watered down. They could have used more tahini and spices in both. The dolma was quite petite but otherwise fine. The waitress misheard our order of rice as "fries" (understandable) and apologetically and quickly replaced the fries with "yellow" seasoned rice - quite blah.

I'm not usually bothered by decor as food is what I go to restaurants for, but I found the decor amazingly bad. It is a hodgepodge of disconnected styles. A giant wall mural dominates the room - a garishly painted Mediterranean town with a very unfortunate life-size depiction of a Farah Fawcett-looking "goddess" dominating the mural. Just tacky! I was seated facing this mural and was constantly distracted by its trashy garishness. This in Sedona - an artists' haven, no less. Next to the mural is an open kitchen with each surface painted a different color - red, blue, brown, teal, pink. On the opposite wall, a row of pictures and photographs. With the artistic talent in Sedona, the restaurant could benefit from a design makeover.

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Thank NickyOm
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