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“Healthy Eating”

Lebanese Pita Pocket
Ranked #11 of 102 Restaurants in Dartmouth
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Reviewed 14 February 2018

If you are trying to eat a healthy then Mediterranean restaurants are a good place to start I have enjoyed many varieties of Mediterranean foods and the salads vary at each place but all are good baba ganoush and a spinach pocket is a good start. Try a Combo Plate or Dinner special especially if you are a meateater I will not forget the sandwich eaters they have veggie,chicken and beef wraps, I even see a Tuna Fish Wrap on the menu. This place has a BYO policy

Thank Rose L
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Reviewed 30 March 2017

Nice presentation, good quality and friendly personel. Baba ganoush to look forward to. Hidden away in a corner of the former St Annes Bank plaza, worth looking for ...next to Walgreens on Route 6.

Thank pearlyww
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Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

If yoj are looking for healthy Lebanese food at a decent price, then this will fit the bill. If you are looking for a place that will whisk you away to Beirut on a culinary cloud.. well, not so much.

Hummus: fresh, savory and pleasing on the palate. It had just the right hint of olive oil and came with fresh pita. Recommended.

Chicken falafel: well constructed fill with good seasoning. The tzatziki sauce was a bit more sour - savory than I would have liked, but not bad. Would have again.

Beef gyro: well made, but the beef was not quite a stand out: the beef flavor was mild and other tastes overpowered it. Maybe it is the tzatziki again, but I have had better. I really wished they had a lamb option, but none was to be had on the entire menu.

Stuffed grape leaves: appetizer. Three huge stuffed grape leaves and a yogurt sauce come as an appetizer. I am not a fan of stuffed grape leaves, but members of our party who do like them said that they were good, albeit that they fell apart easier than they would have liked. Served cold; on the milder side.

Overall, the restaurant was a pleasant experience. The food was decent; not a knock-your-socks-off experience, but for good food at an excellent price, Lebanese Pita Pocket is definitely a consideration.

Thank WellTraveled101
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Lebanese food is always very good, especially the spinach and meat pies, great both warmed and cold, many other types of food but both of those are my favorite.

Thank AL S
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Reviewed 7 February 2017

Fresh homemade food at a reasonable price. It doesn't get better than that. Seriously, this place never disappoints. Great Chicken Shawarma. Great Hummas. Great Tabbouli. I always get the combo meal and it's enough for two meals.

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Thank u_c2moore
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