Pita Pita in El Pizzaiole

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Calle La Libertad, Across (at Calle Cervantes), Granada, Nicaragua, 44000

Serves meat, vegan options available. Offers Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food, from falafel, hummus, and babaganoush to Italian pasta, pizza, and salads. Vegans will be able to find something or ask for modification. Open Mon-Fri 12:00pm-10:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-10:00pm.

Categories: Pizza, Italian, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Middle Eastern, Non-veg

8 Reviews

First Review by MO.MARIEL

pricey option but really fresh ingredients - Edit

I gave 3 for the price but everything else I found incredible. The food, the service, the atmosphere. They have a vegan dessert now which was tasty. Definitely feels overpriced in Granada. I had baba ganoush and roasted cauliflower - to die for! The pita bread is also warm and fluffy. Go here for a treat!

Pros: delicious

Cons: expensive

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Tasty and good service - Edit

Tried a bit of everything on a special plate. Very good food, nice atmosphere and good service. A little expensive, but definitely worth it!

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Too expensive - Edit

The restaurant and patio are nice and service was very good. There are several veg options, one we ordered was with dairy cream although not listed on the menu so ask. The food quality is good, food portions average at best. The price is just out of the world for being in Granada. The typical plate of hummus, falafel, and small salad is over 12$ once the tax and service are added. It comes with only 1 single pita bread and every additional piece is an extra $1+tax. Overall good but not worth the money spent as there are more affordable good Falafel places in Granada. I have lived in the middle east so ate literally hundreds falafel sandwich and plates. Having eaten them in the Middle East, Asia, Europe, and North America the most expensive place of all has probably been Pita Pita in Nicaragua!

Pros: Service, Several Veg Options

Cons: Expensive, Portions

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Good Food, good service, nice ambiente. Veggie and vegan friendly. - Edit

We had a great meal, healthy, delicous

Pros: a few vegan options, a Lot of veggie options

Cons: a bit pricy for Nicaragua

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Alright but vegan friendly - Edit

Okay. (had the falafel sandwich) $5 Expensive, but I'm coming from NYC where amazing top notch cheap $3 falafel exists so I have high standards. still a good place to grab a vegan meal( just say no tziki and they'll only put hummus. ) or tons of vegetarian options.

Pros: some veg options, a good change from pico gallo y

Cons: expensive, bland

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Good range of options - Edit

Try the falafel -- a little greasy, but that’s what makes them taste so good. The salad we had was good too. There’s a range of vegetarian and vegan options. It can get pretty busy but it’s worth it.

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Mediterranean Saviour - Edit

Only easy vegan eating we've found in town so far (without hundreds of 'sin carne', 'sin queso' etc. haha). Staff seemed to know what vegan was and were happy to adjust pizzas to suit. Enjoyed the falafel platter, tomato pasta and vegetarian pizza w/o cheese. Friendly and relaxed atmosphere, decent price (about $10USD per meal). Thanks Pita Pita!

Pros: English and Spanish menus, Multiple vegan options

Cons: Meals not specifically tagged as vegan

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Nice location, nice food - Edit

I really had a hard time choosing because the menu has quite a few options. At the end I had the falafel plate with babaganoush instead of tzaziki. It was no problem for them to make that change. It tasted really good. The location is really nice, too. I didn't like the pineapple juice so much. First we got one with some orange juice concentrate in it. You only tasted the concentrate. We got a second one, it was better but still lot's of water this time... I'd prefered if they'd just made the juice out of the pure pineapple.

Pros: great seasoning, replacing components of dish possible, location

Cons: pinapple juice

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