Alright, sure, I'm prejudiced in favor of this place, because my now-wife and I met here often for lunches as friends, before we ever began dating. But during that friendship we kept choosing this place because the food was so good (and, yeah, it sits halfway between our workplaces).
It has the staples—hummus, tabouleh, kibbeh, shawarma, gyros—in various configurations, platters, and wraps. (The sister store a few miles farther south U.S. 1, in Pinecrest does NOT have the beef shawarma that I love so much.)
Ambience is utilitarian, including shelves all around for display of hookahs, music, and other regional items for purchase. One half of the room is a marketplace. For a little more privacy, they do offer one outside hallway with maybe a half-dozen tables.
For lunch, arrive early. The line can grow deep quickly.
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