After a long day of showing homes, hosting open houses, giving keys to families and picking colors for paint jobs at rental houses, I was hungry. No breakfast and a light lunch made for a very empty belly. I had a food craving this afternoon. A craving for falafel.
As you might -- or might not -- know, there are many places to get falafel in the Temecula Valley area now. I wont go and mention any of them, because the best falafel in town in my opinion is at Pacific Pita.
One of the best things about Pacific Pita is it's a family-owned business, I like supporting people who not only work, but live in our community.
Aside from the "feel good" stuff about it being a family-run place, the real important part is - does the food taste good? The answer is yes.
I have been there many different times and at all hours of the day and every time I go, the food is the same, and that is good and tasty. The servings sizes are all good, flavor is great and the menu can satisfy meat lovers and vegetarians like me and my family.
There is consistency with the serving size, preparations and recipe, so you know it will be great every time you go. Some family-run places fail in this area, Pacific Pita does not.
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