Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Healthy Eating At Pita Pit...

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Pita Pit is another one of those QSR chains (Quick Service Restaurant) that have come up in Delhi over the past couple of years backing up to its Canadian roots from the mid-90s.

My visit to their fairly new outlet in DLF Mall Of India, Noida came about as a consequence of Winter Foodie Fest that was aimed at the exclusive pre-launch of two new variants along with a new beverage, apparently, Cold Coffee, the launch of all three is planned for New Year 2017 for their consumer base.

The launch was spearheaded by their co-owner Anun, who introduced to us Bloggers, the driving force behind Pita Pit and how being a QSR, they are compared to Subway, which in fact claims to advocate a healthier alternative to fatty foods but doesn't because it's essentially a higher bread to veggies ratio that they maintain in their preparation.

On the contrary, Pita Pit offers a flat bread which draws from Mediterranean cuisine and is a cousin of a Pizza base with the difference that it can be split open like an Indian Chapati. Pita Pit offers this Pita in two sizes - a 6" Petita and a 9" Original - both of which can contain more veggies than subs and can be customized by the patron in three simple steps i.e. choice of flat bread, choice of veggies/filling and choice of sauces.

With separate grilling stations for Veg/Non-Veg Pitas, it is hardly a matter of a couple of minutes before a fresh grilled Pita is served to patrons. Apart from just Pitas, patrons can also opt for Salads, Cold-Pressed Juices (from MyGreens), and Tea or Coffee.

The way the Pita is rolled with its generous filling and sauces makes it a less messy and more convenient option than the subs it's often compared to.

In addition to the veggies and sauces, there is also the choice of a dip which is applied to the base of the bread and there are three dips to choose from, those being Hummus, Peri Peri Hummus, and Tzatziki.

Those with a sweet tooth could surely wrap up this filling meal of sorts with freshly baked Chocolate Cookie or Nutty Brownie. :)

As for the new variants that were launched, those would both delight the meat lovers as they were Mutton Kibbeh and Peri Peri Chicken. Veggie lovers would have to wait a wee bit longer perhaps.

Do try their BBQ Paneer and BBQ Chicken Pitas for the time being, however. The flavor of grilled veggies and the appropriate filling that comes across is appealing.

Here's hoping that Pita Pit's new launches will appeal to their patrons in the New Year. :)

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