Friday, June 27, 2014

Pitaria in Tallahasse, FL

I was in Tallahassee and had lunch at a restaurant called Pitaria. This was a Greek restaurant on the edge of Florida State University. Because of this, the majority of the patrons in here appeared to be college students.
I had a pita called the Gyro Supreme. This consisted of gyro meat topped with tomatoes, sauteed onions, mushrooms, bell pepper, tzatziki sauce, and feta cheese. While the contents of the pita were very tasty individually, I found it to be kind of salty. I'm not normally one to complain about a food being too salty. I normally enjoy salty foods, but the combination of the feta and salty gyro meat in this pita crossed my salt threshold. The Gyro Supreme left me feeling very thirsty.
Would I return here if I lived a bit closer to Tallahassee? Probably. Next time I wouldn't order a pita filled with a combination of multiple salty foods.

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Anonymous said...

Next time you are in town and crave Greek, go across the street to Little Athens. It's much better than Pitaria.

Anonymous said...

or try Sahara. The last time I ate in Pitaria was several years ago. I haven't returned because the owner had his giant birds... macaws? parrots? uncaged, hanging out in the kitchen. One of the birds was standing on a wire shelf that was used for clean dishes.


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