So, I’m going to let you in on a little secret. I’m generally not a big fan of pita-based food. I don’t know where this stems from, but it might have something to do with that one time my dad packed my school lunch with a peanut butter and jelly pita bread roll. However, on a rainy Sunday during one of those forced working-from-home walks, I stumbled into Pita i Parken – and within minutes all my traumatic pita experiences had flown out the window.
At Pita i Parken (or Pita in the Park) you can enjoy various kinds of Döner kebabs and pita wraps paired with fresh produce and homemade pickles. The best part is that all dishes also come in a vegan option so everyone can indulge this parcel of food-joy! Pita i Parken also has a solid selection of local beers and cava, as well as an outside terrace that will guarantee a good night out and people watching.
My go-to order is the Åsen pita with chicken, crispy lettuce, tomato, pickled red cabbage, red peppers and a feta cheese cream to die for. If the weather is nice, I’ll even ask for takeaway and plop down in the park just across the street and really embrace the concept of having a Pita in the Park. This spot is popular with us locals, so make sure to be on time when they open as tables and orders fill up pretty quickly.