Lebanese deli/takeaway/café. The main business is the local lunchtime takeaway trade in wraps and boxes. I was in the village for another matter and thought “this is going to be a bloody sight better than making a ham butty at home”. So, a large box gets you rice, your choice of four items from the day’s selection of about ten, salad and khobez bread, for £6.50. It makes for a substantial feed – I had kofta kebab, falafel, a spicy chicken stew and pork belly (yes, I know that’s hardly a Lebanese speciality but it was being ordered by everyone in the queue in front of me – and, having scoffed it, I can see why).