Since opening in 2003, Pita Pita business owner Kamel Daifi has been providing the Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor area with Lebanese food – a delicious and healthy blend of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean traditions.
Pita Pita provides great service and delicious food. The Lebanese cuisine puts an emphasis on fresh fruits, vegetables, olive oil, and herbs & spices.
After leaving The Middle East in 1998 and coming to the states, Daifi wanted to start providing his children with a more comfortable life in addition to providing customers with a fresh new taste of something different and healthy, so he decided to open his own restaurant. With the help and support of his family, the Daifi found the perfect location in Ypsilanti on Washtenaw road. People in Ypsilanti have been “very friendly,” said Daifi, adding that when they were first preparing to open the restaurant, passerby would stop to inquire about their plans. Interest in and appreciation for Pita Pita has been growing since then – a trend fueled by the restaurant’s comfortable atmosphere as well as increasing knowledge of the health benefits of Mediterranean cuisine.
The restaurant serves the traditional homemade Lebanese dishes like tabouleh, shish kebab, falafel, fattoush and shawarma. The Pita Pita menu also includes a variety of vegetarian items as well. With appealing food aromas sifting through the air, however, it’s easy to want to try something new. When asked about future plans for the restaurant, Daifi says that he will be passing the restaurant down to his son Ahmad to take over.
Don’t miss an opportunity to discover Pita Pita so that you’ll be able to go again as often as possible.
...Pita Pita provides great service and delicious food. The Lebanese cuisine puts an emphasis on fresh fruits, vegetables, olive oil, and herbs & spices.