Updated 21/9/18 with soft launch info
In a nutshell: Pitta bread restaurant hits Carnaby
Summing it all up: Promising a new take on the kebab, this pitta restaurant will feature sweet and savoury filled pitta breads as well as serving up Greek beers and wines.
Carnaby Street's burgeoning food scene is being amped up still further with the arrival of a new kebab restaurant Pittabun.
The restaurant, which is from the team behind Opso in Marylebone (and the two Michelin-starred Athens restaurant Funky Gourmet), is taking over the site previously occuped by the Carnaby Burger Co. They're stuffing their pitta buns - aka homemade pitta breads - with a seasonally changing menu featuring fillings like charcoaled slow cooked pork neck or panko-crusted fried cod fillet with meats being slow cooked before being finished off on a robata grill or the custom-made rotisserie.
There are also going to be dessert versions too including a chocolate and sour cherries pittabun and one with vanilla ice-cream and baked appless.
Drinks-wise there'll be a range of draft beers from carefully selected microbreweries as well as Pitta Bun's own label Greek wines.
More about Pittabun
Where is it? 4 Newburgh St, Carnaby, London W1F 7RF
When does it open? 24 September 2018. On soft launch Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th September with 50% off food only all day from midday to 11pm.
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