Pita Inn

★★★★★
  • 3910 Dempster St

    Skokie, IL 60076

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  • 847-677-0211

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Good food good prices.

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★★★★☆

Good food good prices.

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If you need a middle eastern food fix and you need it fast, this is the place to go. You will find all your middle eastern favorite at a price that just can't be beat. I love it!

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★★★★☆

If you need a middle eastern food fix and you need it fast, this is the place to go. You will find all your middle eastern favorite at a price that just can't be beat. I love it!

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I love food. And when I love a restaurant, that means something.

My favorite baba ghannouj (indescribably good) and tabouleh in the world (not overloaded with bulgur, lemony, tangy, flavorful, plenty of green, with delicious marinated tomato and onion bits).

Really good falafel sandwiches (the patties are crunchy, but not dry. moist and steaming and very tasty) with lots of tahini sauce. I now live in California, which is kinda hippie-falafel-land, but they got nothin on Pita in.

(insider tip: You can also ask for a little plate of complimentary(!) green olives, radish pickle, and seasoned raw onions when you pick up your food.)

Go here. Give em your business. And don't get fazed by the line out the door; they're quick enough and it's worth the wait.

5
★★★★★

I love food. And when I love a restaurant, that means something.

My favorite baba ghannouj (indescribably good) and tabouleh in the world (not overloaded with bulgur, lemony, tangy, flavorful, plenty of green, with delicious marinated tomato and onion bits).

Really good falafel sandwiches (the patties are crunchy, but not dry. moist and steaming and very tasty) with lots of tahini sauce. I now live in California, which is kinda hippie-falafel-land, but they got nothin on Pita in.

(insider tip: You can also ask for a little plate of complimentary(!) green olives, radish pickle, and seasoned raw onions when you pick up your food.)

Go here. Give em your business. And don't get fazed by the line out the door; they're quick enough and it's worth the wait.

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The BEST and most reasonably priced Mediterranean cuisine I have ever had! A lot of my friends have been going there since high school, while I discovered it while in college. The food is always delicious, and they seriously need to open a location in Chicago!

5
★★★★★

The BEST and most reasonably priced Mediterranean cuisine I have ever had! A lot of my friends have been going there since high school, while I discovered it while in college. The food is always delicious, and they seriously need to open a location in Chicago!

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Best pitas ever! Not too expensive, but still quality food! Amazing hummus and Chicken Shawarma!

2
★★★★★

Best pitas ever! Not too expensive, but still quality food! Amazing hummus and Chicken Shawarma!

Pros: Price, food, parking

Cons: Too far from Northwestern's Campus :-p

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Pita Inn is OK. It did spark my love for Middle Eastern cuisine, however, because of the long, long, long lines I found a cute little place down the street, BASHA. Basha is a family-owned and operated place and all the food is made-to-order, while you wait. Pita Inn's assembly line, mass produced format turned me off. To me, part of the experience when experimenting with other foods is to see how its done. Basha has a big, open kitchen and you can see exactly what's happening, talk to the cooks and maybe get a recipe or two. Pita Inn's stacks of chicken and mounds of falafel just don't do it for me anymore. I've brought many people to Basha who have sworn by Pita Inn and they've fallen HARD. You really can't beat the prices at Pita Inn, but I'd rather pay a little more for the better quality and atmosphere at Basha.

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★★★☆☆

Pita Inn is OK. It did spark my love for Middle Eastern cuisine, however, because of the long, long, long lines I found a cute little place down the street, BASHA. Basha is a family-owned and operated place and all the food is made-to-order, while you wait. Pita Inn's assembly line, mass produced format turned me off. To me, part of the experience when experimenting with other foods is to see how its done. Basha has a big, open kitchen and you can see exactly what's happening, talk to the cooks and maybe get a recipe or two. Pita Inn's stacks of chicken and mounds of falafel just don't do it for me anymore. I've brought many people to Basha who have sworn by Pita Inn and they've fallen HARD. You really can't beat the prices at Pita Inn, but I'd rather pay a little more for the better quality and atmosphere at Basha.

Pros: It is cheap eats, a great introduction to another culture

Cons: Too mass produced for my style, plan ahead for big crowds and waiting

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This is by far my favorite place for middle eastern food.

2
★★★★★

This is by far my favorite place for middle eastern food.

Pros: Very good food, low prices, late hours

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This place serves up some of the best middle eastern food, served very fast food style - Order at one counter, pick up at another, but this isn't fast food quality. Everything is prepared fresh, and spiced just right. And the prices won't kill your wallets at all. Decor is bright and and your ears are always trated to middle eastern music. Since this is a rather small restauant, I recomend pick up durring peak dinner hours. And for those inspiring to cook with a mid east flair, there is a shop across the way that will allow you to take hope essential spices to create you own mid east masterpiece.

PROS: great food, inexpensive
CONS: NONE

4
★★★★☆

This place serves up some of the best middle eastern food, served very fast food style - Order at one counter, pick up at another, but this isn't fast food quality. Everything is prepared fresh, and spiced just right. And the prices won't kill your wallets at all. Decor is bright and and your ears are always trated to middle eastern music. Since this is a rather small restauant, I recomend pick up durring peak dinner hours. And for those inspiring to cook with a mid east flair, there is a shop across the way that will allow you to take hope essential spices to create you own mid east masterpiece.

PROS: great food, inexpensive
CONS: NONE

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Close to where I live, this was one of the places I always hit up during my weekends back from college. Standard Mediterranean menu. Food is homemade, authentic, and very reasonably priced. I love this place. They have a Pita Inn Supermarket right next store, so you can take home some of their hummus or baba ganoush. Highly recommend this place. They remodeled their restaurant not so long ago, so everything is new and nice.

Cheap and Fast.

PROS: Great food and Cheap.
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4
★★★★☆

Close to where I live, this was one of the places I always hit up during my weekends back from college. Standard Mediterranean menu. Food is homemade, authentic, and very reasonably priced. I love this place. They have a Pita Inn Supermarket right next store, so you can take home some of their hummus or baba ganoush. Highly recommend this place. They remodeled their restaurant not so long ago, so everything is new and nice.

Cheap and Fast.

PROS: Great food and Cheap.
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This place is great! Their food is delicious! Ilove to eat their Chicken Sandwiches. The chicken has great flavor. Just recently, I have tried their Falafel Sandwich and it tasted really good. My family and I really enjoy their food. The place is always crowed especailly during lunch time because of their lunch special (three types of meat served w/rice and pita) which is really inexpensive!

2
★★★★★

This place is great! Their food is delicious! Ilove to eat their Chicken Sandwiches. The chicken has great flavor. Just recently, I have tried their Falafel Sandwich and it tasted really good. My family and I really enjoy their food. The place is always crowed especailly during lunch time because of their lunch special (three types of meat served w/rice and pita) which is really inexpensive!

Pros: Great Food, Inexpensive

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There is little more that I can say than the title. Pita Inn is probably the best inexpensive Middle-Eastern cuisine in the Chicago area. For under 20 bucks you can easily feed a family of four and probably have some leftovers to boot ( at least of the salads: hommos, tabuleh, babaganoujh, etc). They do not skimp on the pita served with the salads either, which is also exceptional as many of the alternatives to Pita Inn only include a few pieces of bread and make you pay for any additional.

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★★★★★

There is little more that I can say than the title. Pita Inn is probably the best inexpensive Middle-Eastern cuisine in the Chicago area. For under 20 bucks you can easily feed a family of four and probably have some leftovers to boot ( at least of the salads: hommos, tabuleh, babaganoujh, etc). They do not skimp on the pita served with the salads either, which is also exceptional as many of the alternatives to Pita Inn only include a few pieces of bread and make you pay for any additional.

Pros: Tasty, relatively Healthy, Inexpensive

Cons: , Location

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Pita Inn not only has great food, but it's pretty healthy as well. My children love it. The fact that it is not expensive is certainly a draw as well. It is always crowded so I suggest calling ahead to place your order.

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★★★★★

Pita Inn not only has great food, but it's pretty healthy as well. My children love it. The fact that it is not expensive is certainly a draw as well. It is always crowded so I suggest calling ahead to place your order.

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The Pita Inn, always good, always packed! This place serves up some of the best middle eastern food, served semi fast food style - Order at one counter, pick up at another, but this isn't fast food quality. Everything is prepared fresh, and spiced just right. And the prices won't kill your walles at all. Decor is bright and and your ears are always trated to middle eastern music. Since this is a rather small restauant, I recomend pick up durring peak dinner hours. And for those inspiring to cook with a mid east flair, there is a shop across the way that will allow you to take hope essential spices to create you own mid east masterpiece

2
★★★★★

The Pita Inn, always good, always packed! This place serves up some of the best middle eastern food, served semi fast food style - Order at one counter, pick up at another, but this isn't fast food quality. Everything is prepared fresh, and spiced just right. And the prices won't kill your walles at all. Decor is bright and and your ears are always trated to middle eastern music. Since this is a rather small restauant, I recomend pick up durring peak dinner hours. And for those inspiring to cook with a mid east flair, there is a shop across the way that will allow you to take hope essential spices to create you own mid east masterpiece

Pros: Inexpensice, very clean, good parking

Cons: small menu selection, limited seating, always crowded

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Great food here, I have to recommend the Hummos, the Baba Gannouj and the Baklavah as some of the best you'll find in the city. Their chicken tenders are also excellent, and if you're looking for a chicken sandwich, you could hardly do better, and almost certainly not more healthy. If you're looking for a full dinner plate, though, go with the combinations. Try the chicken, Shish Kabab and Kefta Kabab combination. It's not on the menu, but they welcome substitutions. If you're a tea drinker, don't skip this one. It's a great mix of black and mint tea, very refreshing, and a great accent to everything they have. There are no waiters, though they do bus the tables for you. BTW, no CC's, but they do accept checks. On weekend nights, order ahead if you are planning to take it home. The lines get long on date night!

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★★★★★

Great food here, I have to recommend the Hummos, the Baba Gannouj and the Baklavah as some of the best you'll find in the city. Their chicken tenders are also excellent, and if you're looking for a chicken sandwich, you could hardly do better, and almost certainly not more healthy. If you're looking for a full dinner plate, though, go with the combinations. Try the chicken, Shish Kabab and Kefta Kabab combination. It's not on the menu, but they welcome substitutions. If you're a tea drinker, don't skip this one. It's a great mix of black and mint tea, very refreshing, and a great accent to everything they have. There are no waiters, though they do bus the tables for you. BTW, no CC's, but they do accept checks. On weekend nights, order ahead if you are planning to take it home. The lines get long on date night!

Pros: inexpensive, healthy, tasty

Cons: crowded

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