St.Pita’s Food Cart Review: The San Marcos Food Blog


Today, The San Marcos Food Blog will be reviewing St.Pita’s Food Cart.  I have been eating at this food cart regularly for quite a while now and they are definitely serving some of my favorite food in San Marcos. They offer really fresh and delicious Pita Wraps and Hummus and really add so much to San Marcos food options.

Whenever I am looking for something that is very flavorful and filling but also healthier, I usually end up at St. Pitas. St.Pita’s Food Cart is located at  Middleton Brewing just west of town on Old Ranch Road 12.

Their hours of operation are Monday to Saturday, 11am to 8pm.

Though their original menu only offers a few items, I have never gotten tired of anything they serve. They are also serving specials every now and then like a Curried Chickpea and Mint Pita . They have also recently expanded their menu to include some new items such as curries. Since I have such a huge appetite, I usually get a combination of several things.

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Sometimes I get a Classic and a Falafel and Hummus.. Sometimes I get a Falafel and a Holy Avocado.. Really any combination is great and if you are not weird like me and have a normal appetite, each is delicious on its own. Their “Saintly Sauce” is also very good and it goes with everything.

The Hummus is creamy with a slight garlic bite and it actually complements each Pita very well..


The Falafel Pita
Crispy Ground-Chickpea Fritters with Romaine, Tomato, Cucumber, Red Onion & Saintly Sauce
Good Falafel is among my favorite food and I am very grateful to have St.Pita’s around for that alone. The chickpea fritter is seasoned so well and fried with great care.

Falafel Pita


Falafel Pita

The Classic Pita
Traditional Beef & Lamb Kebab with Romaine, Tomato, Cucumber, Red Onion & Saintly Sauce
Their Classic gyro is also something I crave often. The Lamb and Beef are done so right.. They also serve everything with very fresh Romaine and other vegetables. They are always very fresh and plentiful.

The Classic


The Classic

The Holy Avocado Pita
Fried Avocado with Romaine, Tomato, Red Onion, Jack Cheese, Sriracha & House-made Ranch
The Holy Avocado Pita is reason enough to try to thisFood Cart. The Fried Avocado pairs so nicely with the mix of  Sriracha, Ranch dressing, and Jack Cheese. Every flavor is so balanced. The Sriracha mixed with the ranch is such a nice blend of creamy and spice. You can even get fried avocado as a side which is awesome.

The Holy Avocado


The Holy Avocado

Jerusalem Garden
Hummus with Romaine, Tomato, Red Onion, Feta, Kalamata Olive & Basil
The Jerusalem Garden

The Jerusalem Garden


The Jerusalem Garden

Hummus and Pita w/ Saintly Sauce


Hummus and Pita w/ Saintly Sauce

St.Pita's Food Cart on Urbanspoon

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