Build Your Own Traditional Falafel Pita $11.50

Vegetarian - Nut free - Contains Sesame

Build Your Own Traditional Falafel Pita by Chef Andrea Ryan

Chef Andrea Ryan

Chef Andrea Ryan

• Passionate About Bringing Traditional Lebanese to Seattle
• Executive Chef & Owner of Damoori Kitchen & Levantine Market in the Magnolia neighborhood


4 falafel/person

Traditional falafel made from chickpeas, parsley, and our unique spice mix. Served with a Lebanese vinaigrette-style potato salad, fattoush salad, hummus, fluffy pita and tzatziki sauce.


falafel (garbanzo beans, onions, garlic, parsley, cumin, pepper, cilantro, salt, coriander, baking soda, red pepper flakes, cayenne, sumac), fattoush (lettuce, green pepper, green onion, parsley, cucumber, tomato, radish, olive oil, lemon, salt, pepper, sumac, dried mint, garlic), pita chips (enriched wheat flour, water, yeast, salt, vinegar, sugar, calcium propionate), potato salad (potatoes, green onion, parsley, lemon juice, olive oil, salt, garlic), pita (flour, water, soybean oil), hummus (garbanzo beans, tahini, lemon, garlic, salt), tzatziki (yogurt, salt, mint, cucumber, garlic)

Reviews (4)


Gabril W.

October 28, 2019 | 16 person office catering - Bellevue, WA

Really good, but a little on the starchy side. Have had this menu a few times and really like it. One thing I'm curious about is how it is intended to be put together. I usually just eat the falafel potato salad and side salad separately and have the pita and falafel separately, but the BYO format suggests it should be like a sandwich.


Mike V.

September 19, 2019 | 90 person office catering - Bellevue, WA

PITA was great


Gabril W.

May 22, 2019 | 17 person office catering - Bellevue, WA

we liked the big pita and salad


Caçula S.

October 21, 2019 | 160 person office catering - Seattle, WA

Would not repeat this meal. Chix well seasoned and moist, perfect amount but we freaked out and ordered more in the moment since it was less than typical and then had too much. The falafel and kibbeh was very dry, especially the falafel, hard and difficult to cut. The potato and fattoush salads were tasteless and bland. We had more dessert than was needed by double. Brownies needed to be cut in half.