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Tried Chickpea Kitchen (Chipotle/Piada style resto) in Sterling Heights [DTW]

firestalker | Jul 24, 201510:51 AM     4

This may be of interest to some figured I would post after reading VTB'spost for Estia Greek. I have eaten here several times and have always enjoyed the place and the food. It is located north of 17 Mile on the West side of Mound in an old Quiznos behind LA Coney Island.

Same concept as Chipotle/Estia you can get the wrap/bowl etc. Choice of rice or bulgar then meats different Shwarma, Kabob or Falafel, then 3 different hummus choices all good then the veggies. And Boagman the garlic sauce is pretty decent and no cheese to be found.

The owner and workers are very nice and the place is spotless. I believe a bowl is around $6. They also have a nice house made Mint Iced Tea at the drink station (unsweetened). On a side note I tried the chickpea soup and did not care for it. Whole Chickpea's in a curry broth not what I was expecting I was thinking more of a puree thick soup.

Here is a link to their website, and a picture of my Chicken Shwarma bowls and the Chickpea Soup.

Gary

http://www.mychickpea.com/

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