...when the food is this good? The Pita House is now a Greenville institution and, even though we've lived within 30 miles, as far away as 1100 miles and now 150 miles away, we've never missed an opportunity to eat at the Pita House when we're anywhere near Greenville. They've kept the same great quality and more than reasonable prices the entire time, even after having to expand their seating capacity and adding a great grocery store (also incredibly reasonably priced). The Middle Eastern Plate is really hard to pass up - it just has a bit of everything you want, the meat of your choice, hummus, falafel and tahini (though they'll happily substitute tabouli instead). The kibbi and grape leaves is a fabulous choice and so are the kabobs. And, good lord! Don't leave without sampling one (or several) of their wonderful, flaky, perfectly (meaning not too) sweet pastries. As a bonus, they really know how to make great iced tea, too - also perfectly sweet. Order at the counter, have a seat and, before you know it, you'll have a bit of middle eastern heaven sitting in front of you. You'll leave saying, "Kenit taybé, y'all!" (at least I hope that means "It was delicious!"
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