The french toast is lightly golden, with the perfect not too soggy, not too dry texture. And plenty of creamy whipped butter.
The coffee is bottomless, hot and though it isn't gourmet it is pretty tasty and will do the trick!
This is one I chose, a Shiraz from South Australia.
90 PTS WILFRED WONG. Sturdy and predictable, the consistent Tintar Shiraz comes up big again with '06 vintage; ripe and lasting on the palate with plenty of palate impact; finishes well.
I will keep you posted on if it was worth it!
Check out the website also for wine and beer tastings and other events. Also you can order your wines on line they will box it up for you, so all you have to do is pick it up and enjoy!
The Salad is Romaine lettuce with Kalamata olives, cucumbers, lots of red onion, feta cheese and tomato wedges. The dressing that comes on this salad is their citrus vinaigrette, and it is the thing that got me hooked on the Pita Jungle in the first place. I have asked for the recipe...but they won't tell me! Of course I have practiced making it many times and I can say that the main ingredients are most likely lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, oregano, perhaps white wine....yeah that's all I've got! I could almost drink the stuff so I get extra.
If you are looking for nutritious and delicious food, Pita Jungle is always my first recommendation. And contrary to popular belief, there is no grass on the menu...of any kind!