Blue whales swimming up and down the cool pacific drink,
Amtrak tchoutchous relentlessly trace the rugged jagged coast,
To the sound of squawky gulls and boisterous cicadas.
We hope they will all come to our new store,
And try our fresh food: Scrumptious, delicious, daily made from scratch.
Moroccan Gazpacho $3.79/$5.59
Cold soup of tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, celery, jalapeno, cilantro, lemon, golden raisins, chickpeas, pine nuts and a pita chip.
Curried Coconut Soup With Chickpeas $3.79/$5.59
Chickpeas, onions, red bell peppers, jalapenos, tomatoes, curry, coconut milk, cilantro and seasonings in a vegetable broth.
Mango Tuna Poke* $15.99
Cubed raw Ahi Tuna, mangos, red bell peppers, scallions, onions, cilantro, ginger, spicy poke marinade and sesame Lavosh chips.
Traditional Walnut Baklawa Square $4.69
Baklawa Coupe $5.49
One scoop of each pistachio, vanilla and chocolate ice cream topped with pieces of walnut baklava and strawberries.
Wood-Fired Linguine and Parmesan Crusted Chicken $11.99
Pan-tossed linguine with tomatoes, garlic, capers, fresh basil, and olive oil. Topped with Parmigiano Reggiano crusted breast of chicken and baked in the wood-fired oven.
Sonoran Pizza $10.49
Grilled chicken, chipotle sauce, mixed beans, black beans, yellow corn, bell peppers, cilantro, cheddar, mozzarella, chrushed red peppers, and scallions on a Greek pita.
Riviera Tuna Salad $9.49
Albacore tuna over brown rice on a bed of romaine lettuce, garnished with tomatoes, cilantro, red onions and Kalamata olives, sprinkled with lemon vinaigrette.
Kafta Burger* $11.79
Certified Angus ground beef, mixed with parsley, jalapenos, onions and pomegranate molasses. On a wheat bun, with chipotle hummus, and chopped salad of lettuce, onions, tomatoes and sumac. Served with garlic new potatoes.
Watermelon Smoothie $5.49
Fresh watermelons blended into a smoothie.
*These items may be cooked to order and may contain raw or undercooked ingredients. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness.
Newport Beach | ARTIST 1
Laszlo Gyermek | Currently On Exhibit
Laszlo Gyermek, MD, PhD, is a retired Professor of Anesthesiology at the Harbor UCLA Medical Center and researcher at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute. He is also an amateur artist. He was born into an artistic family in Budapest, Hungary (his great grandfather, grandfather were art teachers and painters, and his father, a physician has been an amateur painter). With ... Read More
Laszlo Gyermek | Currently On Exhibit
Laszlo Gyermek, MD, PhD, is a retired Professor of Anesthesiology at the Harbor UCLA Medical Center and researcher at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute. He is also an amateur artist. He was born into an artistic family in Budapest, Hungary (his great grandfather, grandfather were art teachers and painters, and his father, a physician has been an amateur painter). With his wife, Laszlo escaped from Communist Hungary and settled in the USA in 1957. In the last three decades has won several prizes with his original paintings and photographs at different exhibits internationally. Beyond creating his original artworks he placed emphasis on copying, “après art” and produced over three hundred studies of mostly Impressionist and Post-impressionist Masters, with particular emphasis on the art of Monet, Gauguin, Marquet and Van Googh; and also those of Masters of the Italian Renaissance and Flemish art .He and his wife reside on the Palos Verdes Peninsula since 1986. They have two sons who live with their families in California and Colorado. Laszlo’s brother Steven, is a retired art historian and graphic artist educated in Holland and Spain. He also resides in California.Detailed Professional Review: Gyermek, L: Biographical Wanderings, In:” Reflections on XXth Century Psychopharmacology”.(Ban TA, Healy D and Shorter E. Eds) pp 220-24. Animula Publ. Budapest, 2004.ContactsAddress: 25 Oceancrest Ct. Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgT: 310-541-2825, cell.310-748-3277 Laszlo’s Art Web sites: www.monetpaintingsreplicas.com and www.monetsrouencathedrals.com
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Our food is always fresh, tasty and made from scratch. Inspired by the principles of the Mediterranean diet, high quality proteins along with grains, fresh veggies, fruits and olive oil are daily used to serve the most amazing dishes. Spectacular plates that taste scrumptious while being super healthful, offer delicious options to a variety of diets from vegan to gluten free, and low calories to high protein. Whatever your preference is, there is always something great cooking for you at Pita Jungle.
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Pita Jungle culture is relaxed while upbeat, casual while hip. Our restaurants conceived to look all different, espouse the time and place they occupy and are continuously being reinvented so to preserve a cutting edge whether in the ambiance or the foods we prepare. From urban to shabby chic, neo hippy to industrial, you will always be basking in a wonderful atmosphere to the sound of fusion jazz, indy rock and world beats.