North Park Produce Poway Bakery & Grill

(4 Reviews)
12342 Poway Rd, Poway, CA 92064, USA

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Category: Restaurant,
Address: 12342 Poway Rd, Poway, CA 92064, USA
Zip code: 92064
Opening hours (Edit)
Monday:11:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Tuesday:11:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Wednesday:11:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Thursday:11:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Friday:11:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Saturday:11:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Sunday:11:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Customer Ratings and Reviews

  • James Brown on Google

    (June 26, 2023, 4:26 am)

    We visit the bakery/restaurant once a week for their Falafel Sandwich. It used to be the best in San Diego County. However, they changed the quality by now making it only on pita bread instead of middle eastern bread and made it small while increased the price from $6 to $10. They now put three falafel instead of five. So, the quality is gone down and price has gone up. Also, they are often out of spicy sauce that make the sandwich taste middle eastern. Of course no remorse is expressed when they can not provice the product, quality or service. We might just not go to this palce any more unless they bring back the original falfel sandwich on the middle eastern bread. It is good for other food perhaps. So, buyer be aware.

  • JJ Sullivan on Google

    (August 14, 2022, 12:23 am)

    Very fresh and really tasty! Portion sizes are large enough to share. Each combo is about $13. They make Delicious bread right there fresh. I also pick up an extra hummus and tabouli.
    I like to get it Togo, they do have seating but it is kinda like a cafeteria but works if you are there to eat and go.

  • Angine Auggie on Google

    (April 15, 2022, 3:24 am)

    Singing: mashallah (3x) because this place is my go-to. The crew that works there feeds and takes care of my family, and I tell myself that I’m not a regular. But, when you enter and they say aziz to you, and know your kids names…

    Please get the zeresk polo (rice, barberries saffron) if you like tang. Get the sabzi gormeh with the rice, and get the LARGE container. You can easily share this with 2 other adults, but if you love gormeh Sabzi, never ever share.

    Ask for the hot sauce if you like spicy, and the tzatziki sauce… smother that sauce on your rice, kebab and bread. If you’re at home, lick the container dry. No shame.

    The kabob, bah bah. Kubiddeh, jujeh all of it. It’s moist, it’s plenty and it’s yummy.

    buy the 4 large pieces of bread (4 for $1.75-2.00) next to the register. Use them for sandwiches for the week. The bread is fresh and will add to your waistline.

    Order the armenian pizza (lahmahjoun). If you’re taking it to go, order about 10. You can roll them up and freeze them. Go to the grocery store next door and buy some cilantro, parsley and dill. Go home rinse the herbs well. Toast the pizza until edges are browned. Add the herbs in the middle, lemon juice and roll it up. DELICIOUS

    Lastly, if you dine in, get some Persian chai. It’s included with your meal.

  • My Le on Google

    (March 28, 2022, 5:33 am)

    I love reviewing places in Poway because it’s a small town with really good restaurants that often gets overlooked and because I’ve lived here over +30 years so I’ll tell you how it is. North Park Produce Bakery is no different. Who would have thought that this restaurant next door to the supermarket is considered to be one of the best Persian restaurant in San Diego according to my Persian neighbor and it was my first time!?!

    It has a bakery and they make their own bread. It’s made fresh daily. You can order a La cart and combo meals. As well as hot foods like stews behind the glass. You order and pay first.

    They have a big dining room. There used to be outdoor patio seating in the parking lot spaces but they tore that down so it’s only indoor. I wished they kept the outdoor patio so that it could be pet friendly.

    I came here twice in one week. The first time was during Persian New Year and we ordered family meal shared among a group of 7 friends.

    Got the 3-5 person meal ($59.99) which came with an entire tray of saffron rice, a tray of lavash, a tray of 5 grilled tomatoes, 3 beef kabob, 2 chicken kabob, and salad.

    Also got a plate of Adas Polo (rice with dates, lentils and raisins), chicken and egg plant, Ash Reshteh stew (vegetable noodle soup with beans and herbs), Fesenjan stew (chicken, pomegranate molasses and walnut) $15.99, Ghormeh stew (beef, vegetables, dried limes, red kidney beans) $13.99.

    All the dishes were flavorful and tasty. We got a plate of basal and raw onions. You use that to make a wrap out of lavash with the meat and rice as fillings.

    It was so good that I came back again and got my mom #20 chicken and ground beef combo ($17.99). It was so much food! An entire box of saffron rice, topped with one beef kabob and one chicken on a layer of lavash and grilled tomato. A side box of Shirazi salad (tomatoes, Persian cucumber, red onion, mint, parsley, lemon and olive oil). A side box of extra lavash. Came with 2 garlic spread sauce, 2 tzatziki sauce, and 2 red spicy sauce. And a ton of Sumac spice packages that you sprinkle on top of the meat.

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