aladdin pita is amazing. that pretty much sums up the experience. whether you're there for an entree, appetizer, or the buffet you will be pleased. the sheer variety and quality of the food is so far above average that there are few words in the english language that can do it justice. also, in case anyone was wondering, all of the food is halal. one of the nicer features about Pita is that it's a place that is both meat eater and vegetarian-friendly. what else what else ??? the atmosphere is friendly and unique being something of an attempt at a mid-eastern restaurant here in the states. this is a smoking establishment so if that's not your cup of tea be warned. attached to the restaurant is a grocery store that sells many variaties of traditional arabic foods, as well as shishas, shisha tobacco, and all of your smoking needs. expect to spend a minimum of 15 dollars, which is well worth it considering what that gets you. every meal comes with unlimited pita and sides (babaganousch, hummus, etc). all if is top notch. well at this point i'm rambling, if you live in the area (or nearby) and haven't been to aladdin pita you are doing yourself a disservice.