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Pita Hub, San Bruno

Ruth Lafler | Feb 24, 2017 12:36 PM

I picked up a friend at SFO who stated that she was starving (hadn't brought food for a 5-hour flight over dinner time), "just take me somewhere, I don't care where, as long as they have chicken."

Okay, then.

I figured San Bruno was close and would have lots of options for catching a quick bite. We headed down San Bruno Ave., got to the corner of El Camino, and there was Pita Hub, which seemed to fit the bill perfectly. She got the Chicken Shawarma in wrap form and declared it excellent. I had a mint tea (unsweetened, brewed on the premises), which was good as long as you didn't expect it to taste like mint.

The people there were very nice, but I'll note that they charged me more for the tea ($2.50) than the price on the menu board ($1.50 sm./$1.75 lg.), which I didn't see until after I paid and sat down.

Anyway, for freshly prepared food with lots of choices, including vegetarian options, near the airport, this was a good choice. The website describes itself as "Lebanese" -- for what that's worth.

Pita Hub
799 El Camino Real, San Bruno, CA 94066

Pita Hub
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