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Pitta Bun

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A Greek street food restaurant serving sweet and savoury pitta buns.

A fast-casual street-food cousin of Marylebone’s Opso, this Soho spot doubles up as a takeaway and proper all-day restaurant. Whether you’re on the go or sitting down, the menu is all about savoury and sweet pitta buns (surprise, surprise!), washed down with chilled Greek wines and London craft beers from the likes of Meantime and Curious Brew. All-day fixtures might range from slow-cooked souvlaki, spicy chicken and vegan ‘greecamole’ (guacamole, Greek salad and feta) to panko-crusted fish with roasted beetroots, garlicky skordalia spread and beetroot ketchup, while sweet-toothed punters might fancy the apple crumble bun or ‘choco’ (Nutella, gaufrette and hazelnuts). Various ‘open’ buns are available from 5pm onwards, and a roast lamb special is there for those who’ve missed out on their Sunday lunch.  

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Address: 4 Newburgh Street
London
W1F 7RF
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus
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