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Pita Loca

Property owner did not send Passover 2010 update

Address:
Collins Ave./corner 6th Street 601
FL 33139 Miami Beach, FL, South Miami Beach
USA - United States
Phone: +1-(305)-673-3388
Fax:
Mail: pita_loca@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.pitaloca.8m.com/


Restaurant type: Meat
Hechsher from: ORD - Orthodox Rabbinate of North Dade
Kashrut level: Glatt
Mashgiah: Tmidi

Number of seats: 15

Description:
Pita Loca - kosher Israeli fast food in South Florida Beach - Shwarma, Falafel, Choumous and all the typical Israeli food you can imagine. Deliveries available.

Property owner did not send Passover 2010 update
Property owner did not send Passover 2009 update



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"Pita Loca - South Miami Beach" user ratinguser ratinguser ratinguser ratinguser rating
Posted on 2009-03-12 23:46:23 by Ariel
Comment: We have been in Pita Loca once - great meat, we had steak, Shwarma, chips and a lot of salads - great great food! The only small and little minus was a little bit higher price. This Kosher restaurant does not look fancy, it is a kind of Israeli fast food where you can sit in, but they know how to cook!

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Posted on 2008-02-01 03:00:03 by Sruel
Comment: Right off famous Ocean is Pita Loca which attracts the Israelis who own most of the clothes shops in South Beach. Good food, very Israeli, and low prices. Great fries!







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