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Pita Pan @ Marina Square

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Pita Pan had a playful take on Peter Pan but by no means related to the fairytale with its Mediterranean Cuisine. This started out as a vegetarian cafe has emerged and transformed to include meat options.

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Platter with Chicken Shwarma ($28.90)

The platter is definitely enough for 2 or more with the varieties of sides combined into one. A best way to taste what Pita Pan has to offer.

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Chicken Schwarma which I would identify as chicken kebab. The gritty and meaty bits straight off the kebab stand, delicious!

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Chickpea hummus which actually tastes authentic, at least this is close to what we had in a good Turkish restaurant in Istanbul. 

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Cucumber cous cous salad, one of those refreshing salads that I never fail to order.

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A salad comprising of my favourite vegetables.

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That is my greedy version of a pita pocket stuffed with all the condiments from the platter. One hearty pocket with a heap of good things, I say the pocket is a thoughtful alternative to wraps or even two slices of bread because the fillings are kept snug within.

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Red Shashuka ($11.90)

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Green Shashuka ($11.90)

Greedy is having them both to decide which is really better - the pesto and tomato war is hard to win. Choose red for a tangy finish but green for a somewhat grassy aftertaste with all the greens that go into it.

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Once again, with their magic pita pockets that make sandwiches look bad with the leaking of stuffings already.

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On a normal basis, I would not even bat an eyelid at a Mediterranean Pizza but falafel had me at hello.

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Crumbled falafel topped with cheese had to be the next best thing to pineapples and ham on a pizza base.

I would be heading to Pita Pan more often to check out their other delights, two visits is surely not enough for this joint!

Pita Pan
Marina Square

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