Gail and I finally walked by this little Cambridge eatery while we were hungry. It was a great light lunch for an afternoon of power-shopping. I'm not familiar with the nuances of middle-eastern food, so I can't say whether the Lebanese influence made it special, or just the care they put into the food. You can see the care in the sparkling clean foil and fresh tomato on the shawarma grills.
I had a lamb shawarma wrap. The lamb had a delicately light flavor with a nice spice blend, and a good balance of middle-eastern-dressed salad. Gail had a beef kofta wrap that was equally light and delicious, think middle-eastern meatball wrap. We also shared a lamb kebbee (deep fried lamb ball) and a special sambussa (loose beef in flaky dough).
Our meal was delicious, the shop was spotless, and the service was welcoming. I can eagerly recommend dropping in for an out of the ordinary treat.