Rolled in Pita bread with lettuce, tomatoes, Tahini sauce by default. Onions, green peppers, banana peppers, pickled turnips, pickles, cucumbers, hot sauce available upon request. All meats are cooked well done.
Fava beans, chick peas, parsley, garlic, and Amy's blend of spices. All ground together, formed into patties, fried in soy bean oil to a crisp.
A spread made of chick peas, lemon juice, sea salt, Tahini paste, garlic.
A spread made of roasted eggplant, lemon juice, sea salt, Tahini paste, garlic.
Marinated boneless and skinless chicken that is char grilled.
Beef "Shish" Kebob
Marinated Black Angus Sirloin that is char grilled.
A "lamb burger": ground lamb, onions, parsley, and seasoning. Shaped then grilled.
This is the most ancient art of roasting. Thinly sliced meat marinated, skewered, roast in front of a slow fired. Meat: Chicken, Lamb
Served in Pita bread with lettuce, tomatoes, Tzatziki sauce. Meat: Chicken, Lamb
Chicken kebob with lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, green peppers, feta cheese, homemade Greek dressing.
Beef kebob with lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, green peppers, feta cheese, homemade Greek dressing.
A falafel wrap with Hommous added inside.
A falafel wrap with Tabooli added inside.
A falafel wrap with Hommous +Tabooli added inside.
Served with Pita, Choose any 3 of the following Item (3): Falafel, Hommous, Baba, Tabooli, Greek Salad, Mediterranean Salad, Rice Pilaf, Moujadra (Amy's Rice), Fasoolia, String Beans, Spanish Rice, Hushwi (Sami's Rice).
Meat served on top of Rice Pilaf and String Beans. Served with Pita bread. Meat: Chicken Kebob, Shish Kebob, Chicken Shawarma $0.5, Lamb Shawarma $0.5.
We served our sandwiches rolled up in Pita. We also offered Mexican Food, and of course, the Burritos were served in a Tortilla. Our late night clientele usually come to us a little tipsy. Some of them had a little difficulty distinguishing between a Pita and a tortilla, so their orders would get messed up a little, and it created a major problem that we had to smooth out. To make the story short, in Lebanon, where I was born, a sandwich has many different names. One name is "Luff-ee", meaning "Wrap" when translated to English. So we re-designed the menu in such a way that every sandwich that was served in Pita was called a Roll-Up, and when served in a tortilla it became a Wrap, and that is how the "Wrap" was born. To the best of my knowledge, I truly believe that we were the first to use this title.