Whether you’re a carnivore or vegan, you’ll want to stuff yourself silly at the weekday lunch buffet. The large dining room fills up fast, but with three buffet stations, there’s no traffic jam. From salads, mezze, and fresh-baked pita to well-seasoned vegetables and kebabs, there’s something for everyone here. Highlights from our visit were a garlicky baba ghanoush; ultra-fresh, lemony tabbouleh; beef kafta and schwarma (grab some tzatziki or tahini sauce for drizzling); falafel made with a combination of chickpeas and fava beans; fried cauliflower; and flavorful stewed vegetable dishes—like okra with spiced tomatoes—that aren’t on the dinner menu. Most of the buffet desserts didn’t wow us; the chocolate mousse was tasty but unusually dense. Better bets are the house-made gelato and pastries from the front counter.