You order at the counter, and they construct your dish for you. The base is either pita, salad, or rice, and you select meats and toppings. The chicken shwarma was better than the chicken kabobs, but it's the toppings that really make the dish. Hummous was particularly noteworthy, as were some others. We might have given Baytna three stars, but it's a bit different from most fast food, and it has mom-and-pop appeal (even though pop was no where in sight when we were there). We drove a long way to get here, and we won't return often, but we will return. You can eat cheap here. We ordered a bunch of food and it was still under $30 for two.