But the drop in elevation from Lebanese mountains to a fluorescent-lit, white locale with a durum-esque display case was a bit too abrupt. That aside, however, there is dough, a cushion and some light “slamming” onto a convex saj grill, where the traditional Lebanese markouk flatbread is baked. It came off the saj hot, soft and delicious, with the fillings of your choice wrapped up inside. A flavourful handmade snack for four pavos that will fill you up about half as much as it’s competition – a rotating meat-stick wrap or morrocan sandwich around the corner. Reduce the price or increasing the filling a bit (and maybe changing the lighting) and we’re golden.