This is a German-Turkish chain that has a few spots in food halls around NYC, including this one in Industry City. They make a great doner kebab sandwich that involves chicken, vegetables, feta, white sauce, and hot sauce stuffed into a flatbread that’s somehow fluffy and light without breaking. We wish we could eat it every day for lunch.
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Lan Ting Hot Pot BBQ
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