Hot Pita: Mediterranean Street Food

12 Nov

Hot Pita (CLOSED)
614.315.8585
Hot Pita is out of the truck and into stores – selling their hummus at select specialty markets.
Twitter: @HotPita
Facebook: Hot Pita! Mediterranean Street Food

Hot Pita and the main guys behind the wheel: Adi and David are attacking the streets of Columbus armed with an arsenal of pita powered flavors. They have a pledge of freshness and vow never to serve from a freezer. The menu includes hummus, Tabbouleh , shawarmas (beef and chicken), falafel as well as lentil soup and daily specials. The service is friendly and upbeat. Their food continues to get rave reviews.

Hot Pita is one of the most mobile food trucks. It can be expected to hit two to three spots most days, check out Twitter or the new Hungerly app to find how close Hot Pita is to you. They also plan to keep cooking through the winter while many others are calling it a season, so show your support on the cold days so they can keep up the heat for 2012.

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2 Responses to “Hot Pita: Mediterranean Street Food”

  1. Food Cart February 10, 2012 at 5:53 am #

    I’d like to try doing a pita bread using Chia Flour. Also, maybe substitute macadamia nut oil for the olive oil, and use generous amounts of black cumin seeds (ala naan). For the sugar.. I’d like to use stevia but I’m not sure if the yeast will work with it. Is my Frankenstein pita idea half baked?

    • cmh gourmand February 17, 2012 at 12:57 pm #

      Well – I like the name Frankenstein Pita.

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