Small batch artisan pocket pita & laffa bakery

Some LogoPocket Pita bread is our specialty. Our bakers use an age old recipe for producing the worlds finest, top quality, pita bread that is always so soft, fluffy, and delicious. Try our pita, laffa, wraps, hand rolled bagels, or any of our other fine baked goods. From the very first bite it's apparent that these are breads of the highest quality. We are so sure you'll be delighted with all of our products, we back them with a full 100% satisfaction guarantee.

What is a Pita Bread?
Pita or pitta is a round pocket bread widely consumed in many Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines. Pita is now the western name for the Arabic bread called khubz (ordinary bread), other breads of Arab or Egyptian, or kumaj (a Turkish loanword properly meaning a bread cooked in ashes), all baked in a brick oven. It is slightly leavened wheat bread, flat, either round or oval, and variable in size. The "pocket" in pita bread is created by steam, which puffs up the dough. As the bread cools and flattens, a pocket is left in the middle.

Where does it come from?
Well according to Wikipedia.... The tenth-century Arab cookery book, Kitab al-Tabikh includes six recipes for khubz, all baked in a tannur, which is like the modern tandoor oven. Historians believe its history extends far into antiquity, since flatbreads in general, are among the most ancient breads, needing no oven or even utensil for their baking. In Israeli cuisine, it is the custom to eat almost everything in a pita, from falafel, lamb or chicken shawarma and kebab, omelettes such as shakshouka (eggs and tomatoes) and hummus and other salads.

How can i get some?
Our pita is served at some of New York's finest establishments. Some of the local places we recommend are...

Aldo Sohm Wine Bar
- 151 Wt 51st St
Hummus Kitchen
- 1613 2nd Ave
- 444 3rd Ave

To order a sample of our pita, call us at 347-624-6106, or email us @