Other than the staff's obsession with refilling my water every time I'd drunk more than half an inch, the service was as impeccable as the food. The wrap tasted more like freshly made, very flat flatbread - which is a good thing. Everything is made well, and it's only a couple of bucks more per serving than most place, which considering the freshness of the food and the standard of decor, isn't bad.
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