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Review: Filo Greek in Port Orange


Today, my husband and I stopped in to try the new restaurant on Dunlawton called Filo Greek. It's located at 1655 Dunlawton #104 (where Daily Grind Burgers used to be). They recently opened and I saw that they had falafel, so I was ready to give it a try.

The restaurant offers numerous tables inside, plus there is some outside tables you may be able to sit at. I don't know if they are for a specific food establishment along there or if they are just shared space and everyone can use them (which is what it seems like to me). You place your order and go along the line to tell them what you want on it. 

My husband and I both wanted the falafel pita, but we put different items on it (he loves olives, for starters, while I hate them). I was surprised to see that the falafel was frozen from a commercial bag. I couldn't read the brand that they were, but I was a little surprised they didn't make the falafel fresh in house. We both loaded up our pitas with veggies and sauces and ordered some fries on the side.

The falafel pita is $8 and the fries are $3. There's no wait for the food, you have it ready when you walk away from the counter.

We both liked the pita and we would go back and order it again. I think having a place that has falafel on Dunlawton is a nice break from the many chicken and burrito restaurants. It's something different. We used to like to grab the falafel pita once in a while at the Pita Pit when it used to be in the Pavilion, so it will be nice to have the option around again.


Update: The original review above was written in January 2021. Now it's July 2021. Since writing that original review I have went back a few more times to eat at Filo Greek. I have to say that I really like it! I forgive them for using the falafel that isn't made in house (they are now also keeping it in a plastic container instead of the commercial bag). But what I do love is that the pita ends up being tasty and filled with lots of fresh veggies. The falafel they are using does taste good, too. You can load it up with hummus and a variety of veggies, so you end up with a nice fresh bowl, wrap, or you can get it on a bed of fries. Plus, their fries are good! My husband and I both really like it there. If you are a meat eater, they have plenty of fresh in-house made options for you to choose from, too.

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