A good, quick stop during work for Israeli street food served via an assembly line. The pita is freshly baked in-house, and the chicken is well-cooked and equally well-spiced. The best part is, when they make your sandwich, they layer all the ingredients so that you never end up with a mouth full of toppings and no protein or vice versa. Whatever you do, don’t skip the skug hot sauce after you get out of line.
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