565 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, M4Y 1Z2
The theme of Pita Break is centered on the traditional shawarma, falafel experience.
|Cuisine Type |||Wraps|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Local Favorites|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Getting There |||Yonge Subway to Wellesley Station|
|Cross Street |||Wellesley Street|
|Mon-Fri: 10:30AM -9:30PM, Sat: 11AM-8PM, Sun: 12PM-7PM|
Profile Last Updated: April 03, 2007
Located in the heart of Toronto on the world’s longest street, Pita Break has become not only one of the city’s more recognized restaurants but also one of Canada’s strongest-selling breads. Thanks to the success of the family-owned restaurant’s original recipes (multigrain, white, whole wheat, pesto, sun dried tomato), these double-thickness pitas have become a store brand found in locales across the nation. But it all starts here.
Size Isn’t Everything
Endeavouring to create a meal that is timely in preparation and indulgence yet entirely health-conscious and sizeable, the theme of Pita Break is centered on the traditional shawarma, falafel experience. Entering the miniscule location festooned in kitschy movie posters and artistic mirrors, people are greeted with a laidback atmosphere. That is, if one is inclined to eat at one of the establishment’s 12 packed-in tables. Orders are always ready to go at request.
Ensuring that the Pita Break experience may always be a unique one, the menu is comprised not only of the multiple bread options, but a long list of other add-ons to cater to the individual’s taste. From almost a dozen pre-ordained sandwiches that offer meat and vegetarian options to inclusions such as hummus, black bean dip, grilled eggplant and the usual greenery, the compilations are boundless. Salads and non-alcoholic beverages are naturally up for grabs here…just like the portion of selected pitas.