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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
In the centre of London’s hustle and bustle, an easy meander from Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Circus, Pita Gourmet is ideally located to act as everything from lunch time pit stop dining to relaxed pre- and post-theatre restaurant and snack shack for the shopping crowd. This very relaxed eating spot provides a menu lifted from the Lebanon, a very ‘now’ fusion of flavours, blending the best of North African, Middle Eastern and Greek influences while maintaining a unique personality that sets it apart from other cuisines too. Pita Gourmet's dining style is as chilled out as its interior – a fresh and funky green and white dining room furnished in simple, sturdy pieces and well lit for a casual canteen-y feel – many of the dishes are ideal for sharing, making the restaurant popular with groups but equally adding a different dimension to romantic dining too. Pita Gourmet has an additional purse-happy selling
point in its BYOB policy, no corkage charged.