One recommendation: the Chicken Roti sandwich. Arriving warm, this house-baked pita was stuffed to the overflow with juicy chicken broiled in front of customers on extra-long skewers. Add numerous toppings of what seemed to be fresh-off-the-farm salad greens, daily housemade hummus, Kalamata olives, Sumak onions and feta, and for $6.50 you get the best lunch deal in the city.
Sides of falafel ($2) and hummus ($3.50) were equally delicious. Salads, Mediterranean plates and desserts (including perfect Baklava) add to the well-rounded Mediterranean selection.
Just be prepared to wait, because the word is out -- and the lines to get in are extremely long. However, ROTI makes it worth your while. And its wallet-friendliness is commendable. Don't tell the owners, but most people would probably be willing to be more.
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