The menu is very Greek/Turkish/Middle Eastern, with the usual items. What distinguishes this place is the combos. In a wrap, they will combine chicken AND lamb; falafel AND lamb; and other choices. So, they are flexible. The food is cooked in front of you, and you can take or leave items like hot sauce (which isn't very spicy) or onions.
I had the lamb pita, which was fine, with a bit of hummus and touch of tabouli salad. A side of tabouli salad which is the heavy in parsley recipe, rather than heavy on couscous or bulgur recipe. I've had both, and it depends which country of origin you came from. It was tangy.
The wrap was fine, but not outstanding.
The baklava for dessert was dry - no honey on it. I'd pass on that.
What is nice is that if you are eating in, there are real china plates with metal cutlery, instead of the plastic everything many small restaurants have. There are 2 booths, window seating and a few tables.