Here's a place where we can order up authentic Israeli street food – shwarma, pargiyot, crispy, golden crispy medallions of falafel – it's all here, made from scratch, daily, and served up in a fresh-baked pocket full of dreams.Listen, we're advocates of food which serve as vehicles for other food. Where would we be without bread bowls, chips and salsa, or sandwiches? (Lost and sad – that's where.) But perhaps no conveyor has captured our hearts as much as the fluffy little pocket of goodness known as the pita. First off: pockets of anything are adorable. But a pocketful of perfectly seasoned shwarma? Be still our hearts. Luckily we're not alone in our worship. Cozily tucked off of LaVista Road, the pita has a palace all to herself. The shwarma at Pita Palace? It's the stuff of legends. Here's a place where we can order up authentic Israeli street food – shwarma, pargiyot, falafel – it's all here, made from scratch, daily, and served up in a fresh-baked pocket full of dreams.
Pita Palace has been a fixture in Atlanta's Israeli and kosher markets for over ten years. And the most refreshing thing about that fact is this: they still have their youthful zest and passion for perfecting all of their recipes. Once you've had a bite of the crispy, golden medallions of falafel you'll agree – this very well may be some of the best in the city. Don't tell the pita, but we prefer these li'l nuggets wrapped up snug in a laffa – an Israeli flatbread which is something between naan and a burrito. (Sounds like yum to us.)
Shwarma Pita, $9.75
Falafel Laffa, $8.50
Kabob Laffa, $10.95
Grilled Chicken Salad, $11.99
Veggie Pita, $5.95
Sunday – Thursday, 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday, 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.