October 12, 2003

Toronto: Pita Break

Okay....I really need to push through these reviews of all the yummy food I ate in Toronto, because now I have two places in New York City to go on about from a business trip last week. I'm beginning to think I'm traveling too much and not giving myself enough time to experiment in my own kitchen, even if I did manage to fit in a trip to Wright's Orchard to pick apples and make the first pie of the season yesterday!

In any case... a wonderful place to grab lunch is the Pita Break at 565 Yonge Street. The first year I stopped there, I remember returning to the hotel and going into a game session where I noticed the huge number of fast food wrappers and bags. Considering how affordable Pita Break is and how utterly delish their fresh baked and warm pitas full of stuff (one gets to choose the meat, sauce, veggies, etc.) are, it seemed a shame to me that anyone should be eating McLunch. In any case, this year I had a warm falafel pita with tahini sauce and lettuce, tomatoes, sprouts. It was ever so satisfying. And I got baklava for dessert too!

Posted by Jennifer at October 12, 2003 3:31 PM

Mmmmm....delicious pitas. This place is just great, and a definite must for lunch if you're in that part of Toronto.

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