I recommend getting this sandwich on the Middle Eastern burrito-like lavash bread, as it's given a good toasting and offers more interesting texture and less meddlesome bread than the puffy pita.

What and how much: Chicken Kabob Sandwich ($6)

Where: Lavash, a deservedly popular casual Middle Eastern shop in Clintonville run by the original owner of the pioneering Firdous Cafe

Why: The thrill of the grill, the power of add-ons

Eat it: I recommend getting this sandwich on the Middle Eastern burrito-like lavash bread, as it's given a good toasting and offers more interesting texture and less meddlesome bread than the puffy pita.

But whichever wrap you choose will be loaded with juicy mouthfuls of hefty yet tender, garlicky and lemony marinated chicken plus sweetened chunks of onions and bell peppers all given a sexy, to-order chargrilling.

To that, add perky pickles, an excellent hummus and (sometimes) a potent garlicky mayo and (maybe) more richness via tahini. Adding a raw crunch to the hoppin' party is a little salad of chopped romaine, cukes and tomatoes.

Sidekicks: This comes a la carte but I recommend tacking on either the homey fries or Lavash's incomparable lentil soup.