Pita Pan is a wonderful Israeli Vegetarian Restaurant situated at Marina Bay Sands at 2 Bayfront Avenue # 01-87 Singapore -01-87 Singapore 081972.,It is glassed up with Beige Panels with beige brown chairs . The view outside faces Mandarin Oriental and Pan Pacific hotel. There are high chairs outside to enjoy the view which embraces the breeze where you can enjoy the delectable meal. The owner is Mr Kunal who does most of his food preparation together with his competent team. His mother is a beautiful Israeli Chef who is the main chef who supervises the entire operations. Outside is a beautiful pond full of purple waterlilies where you can take a break and relax at before entering the restaurant.. They also have another restaurant at Marina Square at 6 Raffles Boulevard #02-183A Singapore 039594 and another restaurant in Macau South China known as the Venetian. Mr Kunal travels every once in two weeks. Mr Kunal studied in Switzerland and has a natural passion for food and is a very enthusiastic restaurateur who simply loves serving his customers and ensuring they go back enjoying their meal fully satisfied. He puts his heart and soul into his service to his customer and when you taste the food you know well that he is true to his calling as a restaurateur .It is service to give you the very best .Kunal an is Indian Jew so this restaurant is indeed a unique one. Israel is one of the best countries for vegetarians, with fresh food and an ample selection of tasty dishes I have heard of India as being a great country for vegetarians, but I’d like to add Israel to the list.
The food is simply great in Pita Pan very unusual very clean tasting and delicious in every sense of the word. This restaurant is patronized with lots of customers and many of them are regular ones because they are absolutely sure that they will get quality food and that is extremely healthy. Mr Kunal provides food for thought and thought for food and when you eat here no matter how much you stuff yourself you come away not feeling full and bothered but you come away with a clean after taste in your system and it is not at all heavy on the digestive system. The main staple here is the Pitta Bread and it is just simply awesome. soft as silk and simply melts in your mouth.. Pita or pitta is a soft, slightly leavened flatbread baked from wheat flour. It is used in many Mediterranean, Balkan and Middle Eastern cuisines and resembles other slightly leavened flatbreads such as Iranian nan-e barbari, South Asian flatbreads and Central Asian naan, and pizza crust. Pita can be used to scoop sauces or dips such as hummus or to wrap kebabs, gyros or falafel in the manner of sandwiches. It can also be cut and baked into crispy pita chips .The Pitta bread is made inhouse and the dough in Pita Pan comes from the Meditaranean
Baba Ganoush, which is often called caviar d’aubergines, a tasty spread which is easy to make, and even improves if made a day or two in advance. Serve it with toasted bread or pita triangles.
Falafel is a deep-fried ball or patty made from ground chickpeas, fava beans, or both. Falafel is a traditional Middle Eastern food, commonly served in a pita, which acts as a pocket, or wrapped in a flatbread known as lafa; "falafel" also frequently refers to a wrapped sandwich that is prepared in this way. The falafel balls are topped with salads, pickled vegetables, hot sauce, and drizzled with tahini-based sauces. Falafel balls may also be eaten alone as a snack or served as part of a meze tray (assortment of appetizers).
Falafel is a common dish eaten throughout the Middle East. The fritters are now found around the world as a replacement for meat[ and as a form of street food.The Falafel here is gluten free.This is the best falafel in town it is full of nutrition and goodness lightly crispy and extremely delicious
Shakshuka, a Traditional Baked Egg Dish
Shakshuka may be at the apex of eggs-for-dinner recipes, though in Israel it is breakfast food, a bright, spicy start to the day with a pile of pita or challah served on the side. (It also makes excellent brunch or lunch food.) It’s a one-skillet recipe of eggs baked in a tomato-red pepper sauce spiced with cumin, paprika and cayenne. First you make that sauce, which comes together fairly quickly on top of the stove, then you gently crack each of the eggs into the pan, nestling them into the sauce. The pan is moved into the oven to finish. Shakshuka originated in North Africa, and like many great dishes there are as many versions as there are cooks who have embraced it. This one strays from more traditional renditions by adding crumbled feta cheese, which softens into creamy nuggets in the oven’s heat.In Pita Pan it is served either with Red Bell Pepper sauce and tomato or there is Green Shakshuka with Halomi cheese and spinach.It is clean tasting and light food full of nutrition and goodness
Hummus or houmous is a Levantine and Egyptian food dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic.Today, it is popular throughout the Middle East (including Turkey), North Africa (including Morocco), and in Middle Eastern cuisine around the globe. Hummus is an Arabic word meaning "chickpeas," and the complete name of the prepared spread in Arabic is , which means "chickpeas with tahini As an appetizer and dip, hummus is scooped with flatbread, such as pita. It is also served as part of a meze or as an accompaniment to falafel, grilled chicken, fish or eggplant. Garnishes include chopped tomato, cucumber, coriander, parsley, caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms, whole chickpeas, olive oil, hard-boiled eggs, paprika, sumac, ful, olives, pickles and pine nuts (. Outside the Middle East, it is sometimes served with tortilla chips or crackers.
Hummus is a common part of everyday meals in Israel. A significant reason for the popularity of hummus in Israel is that it is made from ingredients that, following Kashrut (Jewish dietary laws), can be combined with both meat and dairy meals. Few other foods can be combined with a wide variety of meals consistently with the dietary laws. It is seen as almost equally popular amongst Israeli Jews and Israeli Arabs.] As a result of its popularity, Israelis elevated hummus to become a "national food symbol" and consume more than twice as much hummus as neighboring Arab countries. Many restaurants run by Mizrahi Jews and Arab citizens of Israel are dedicated to hot hummus, which may be served as chick peas softened with baking soda along with garlic, olive oil, cumin and tahini. One of the fancier hummus versions available is hummus masabacha, made with lemon-spiked tahini garnished with whole chick peas, a sprinkling of paprika and a drizzle of olive oil.] Hummus is sold in restaurants, supermarkets and hummus-only shops (known in Hebrew as humusiot. The Humous here in Pita Pan has a creamy consistency and it is so good it is just divine .Quite honestly it is the best homous I have ever tasted so far
This is uniquely Pita Pan style and made with a secret recipe which is so lovely
Shug is a yemenite chilli sauce and it is piquant and tantalizing on the palate
Schug is one of the most popular condiments in Yemenite Jewish cuisine. There are two types of schug– schug yarok (green) and schug adom (red
You can also make your own pocket sandwiches with falafel and other vegetables and be creative and original about what you want to put into the sandwich .You can have a full pocket meal or a half pocket meal which is filling and delicious.
The other delectable dishes are on the menu and Pita Pan is not only an interesting vegetarian journey most of the dishes on the menu can wake up taste buds you never thought you had. At Pita Pan you can have the most exotic and tantalizing vegetarian culinary affair. It is a restaurant that provides you with the finest vegetarian cuisine. I recommend it to one and all par excellence and first class. You should dine here and we wish you Bon Apetit!
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