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March 11th, 2009 12:00 am Megan Brescini | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2009


Ziba herself serves Bosnian pitas from the flip-up window of this cozy camper. The dough is buttery and thin, crisp on the outside and hot and gooey on the inside. The choice of fillings will satisfy herbivores and carnivores equally, with feta cheese, spinach or zucchini for the veggies. The Burek meat pita ($5.50, $6.25 with salad) is a standout, filled with beef, potato, onion and spices. A must is the ajvar relish side, for all your dipping needs.
BEST BITE: The meat pita plate with avjar (pepper-eggplant sauce) and sour cream-cucumber salad.
CHEAPEST BITE: Ustipak (small bread rolls), 75 cents.

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