This is one place that takes its meat seriously. They carve the meat from a vertical spit after it has been basted in butter. It is crispy and luxurious tasting.
I did not order the sub nor the wrap. They have a platter option for which they give you a LOT more meat served alongside tomato, onion, etc, all served over rice coated in yet more butter. They also give you some big triangles of lavash in case you decide to have some of it in wrap form. This is enough food for two to share.
The drawback here seems to be that the sauces are weak. Watered down. I am very pleased I didn’t have it as a traditional ‘sandwich’ so I could just revel in all that glorious meat.