At Extreme Pita you can customize every healthy, rolled pita to suit your taste. Menu items include extreme club, philly cheese steak, grilled chicken and gyros as well as a variety of flat baked pita’s, fresh salads, soups, and drinks.
I had tried the Dijon Chicken pita which was just completely gross. I usually go to Taco Del Mar next door but saw the sign that double meat was a promo in all their wraps.
I wasn't even offered it .. instead they gave me a regular portion (TINY) of chicken and I had to ask for it at the end. If you have a promo shouldn't you be promoting it?
Anyways.. back to the review at hand now...
I know fast food franchise chains rely heavily on food costs and prefabricated ingredients... I don't know how an entire menu (it looked like) can be based on rubber processed chicken and beef? Just different sauces is what dictates the name and theme of the pita wrap. So it's processed food on top of processed sauce.
I found no value, no taste, and I'm confused about the concept. What's up?
Bye Bye Extreme Pita. Who's the idea behind this brilliant franchise.
The plus? The lady behind the counter was in genneral very nice.. (even though she didn't offer the double meat)