Address: 10590 Forest Hill Blvd.
Also at: 5440 Military Trail, Jupiter, 561-630-8990
Type of food: Burrito-style wraps and salads
Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Sunday
Dining facility: Clean and well-lit; order at the counter
Service: We placed our order at the counter and it was ready within 10 minutes.
Delivery: Only for orders over $50
The DishUsually I do not like places where I need an instruction manual to order my meal. But the Original Pyro I constructed is worth the time spent reading the menu offered by this new chain restaurant. Pyrogrill offers a build-your-own Popular Pyro, Pyro Salads or Pyro Selects that are tacos, a fajita platter or chicken plate.
With the Original Pyro wrap ($5.60), start by choosing a whole-wheat flour wrap. I ordered chicken as the protein (or select steak, pork or vegetarian). Then I decided to add brown rice (or have either yellow or vegetarian brown or chopped romaine). Then add a sauce and toppings.
My chicken is chargrilled and chopped. The pieces are seasoned with a lemon pepper dressing and mixed into the rice with my choice of toppings: tomatoes, lettuce, scallions and cilantro. The mild curry mustard sauce nicely complements the citrus zing of the chicken and combines flavorfully in the wrap. Other sauces include spicy creamy chipotle, honey barbecue, pineapple teriyaki and red hot buffalo.
The pyro is stuffed full, so the contents spill out.
We also choose the Pyro Select tacos ($6.50), which are three soft flour tortillas filled with chicken, then prepared with choice of sauce, cheddar cheese, sour cream and chopped lettuce.
All food travels well tightly wrapped in foil; the salsa is in a plastic container.
— Nancy Stein-McCarthy
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