First in line. First transaction. First spinach fataya….boom go my allergies* and my taste buds. As I had also ordered a meat fataya , I changed my order as that also would’ve activated my allergies.
Owner Dustin Wilmeth recommended the change to a Lebaneser Wrap (stuffed grape leaf, Lebna cheese, and rolled up in mountain bread).
At $1.75, you can’t expect anything too large. It was very flavorful and had a good aftertaste. The cheese was just creamy enough, yet let just enough of the lemon flavor of the grape leaf come through. The bread was soft and didn’t absorb too much moisture as I was worried it might like some man’ooshe does. This was very different.
“No Kafta, No Schawarma, No Falafel, No Gyros. In Lebanon these things are considered fast food. No one cooks these things at home. My cuisine is the more traditional, home-cooked items.”
With that said, this was very solid food with a great price point. 7/10 finger-lickin’s. It wasn’t enough food for an eternally growing boy such as myself, so I swung by Jeff and Steph’s Cackalack’s Hot Chicken Shack for some sweet tea and corn fritters (3 for 3 bucks!)
Have a great day folks!