While restaurants come and go in Florida, Pita Hut withstood the test of time and has been one of the veterans on 41st street in Miami Beach. Serving an Israeli style grill restaurant, Pits Hut has made quite an impression on their fans.
Most people order wither the flawlessly seasoned falafel or the shawarma, real slices of lamb and turkey piled atop each other on a rotating spot. Whichever you choose, it's worth paying the extra dollar and substituting a larger, fluffier laffa bread for the pita. Top seeds among the numerous freshly prepared salads are a creamy and char flavored babaghannoush and a hummus whose consistency is just right.
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The Middle East combo includes both of these spreads along with tabouleh, tahini, and mildly spicy Turkish salad of diced tomato, onion, celery, peppers, and parsley. A few other specialties are the housemade pickles and ful medames, which are fava beans, tahini, red sauce, boiled egg, served over hummus. Come to Pita Hut to get a true Middle Eastern cuisine experience.