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Pita Kabob has re-opened at new location

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BostonKaren Dec 17, 2007 07:03 PM

I noticed that Pita Kabob is now open (and buzzing) at their new location on Chauncy Street downtown (around the backside of Macy's). Does anybody have recommendations for lunch picks? I haven't eaten there yet...

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  1. lissy RE: BostonKaren Dec 18, 2007 05:24 AM

    Some co-workers grabbed takeout from there last week. Apparently it's a bit disorganized but they just opened. I had chicken kabob with rice and salad. Decent chicken, tasty rice and salad of cukes, tomatoes and onions.

    1. scubahood10 RE: BostonKaren Jan 28, 2008 12:42 PM

      I got some lunch there the other day and I was not overly impressed. I felt like people were really touting the quality for the price factor but I didn't notice it to be anything special. I do rarely get kabobs so I am probably not the best source but I would like to hear from someone who had been to the old location and let me know how it compares. It seemed there were a lot of fans when it was next to the littlest bar.

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        littlehottie RE: BostonKaren Feb 11, 2008 08:01 AM

        Karen- I recently went there on my lunch break and wanted a simple ham and cheese pita with pickles. After going over the fact three times that i did NOT want mayo only pickles I get back to my work caf to find a burnt pita with no pickles- great! Apparetnly they don't listen as much as they talk...

        1. MC Slim JB RE: BostonKaren Feb 11, 2008 09:50 AM

          I like this place a lot, but I think you have to accept that it's an Iranian joint and skip the American offerings. I think the kebabs are outstanding (despite our orthographic differences), especially the kubideh (grilled beef meatballs). The Persian items are just as good as they were on Province Street, the space is brighter and roomier, and you can even eat in there now, albeit standing at the rear counter.

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