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The chicken shawarma platter ($11.99) is served with rice, hummus, salad, pita and soup. (Photos by Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media)
The restaurant’s falafel ($7.99 for a plate) is made from fresh chickpeas and herbs.
The kefta kabob platter ($11.99) is made with ground beef kabob, and served with rice, salad, soup and pita.
The chicken tender salad ($9.99) features marinated Mediterranean chicken served over a salad.
Adam’s Kabob’s Jerusalem fries ($5.99) consist of slices of an Idaho potato, coated with Mediterranean herbs.
The restaurant also serves up baklava, a dessert pastry made of layers of filo dough, filled with chopped nuts and held together with syrup or honey.
Megan Bernard, Assistant Managing Editor
2:05 am CDT April 6, 2019

Since Jamal Amr’s son was the first person to step into what would become his new restaurant in 2014, he knew it was going to be a lucky spot. 

“He is the love of my life,” Amr said about his son, Adam, who is now 7 years old.