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Hot Meat Ups: Try These Shawarma Restaurants in SoCal
Stacked, spit-roasted meats likely originated within the Ottoman Empire and proliferated to surrounding regions, incorporating local flavors and taking on names like döner kebab (in Turkey), gyros (Greece), and shawarma (Israel, Lebanon, Armenia, and elsewhere).
Shawarma has long been prevalent in L.A., but a growing number of new, pandemic-friendly trucks and stands have opened in Glendale and the San Fernando Valley in recent years. Whether the carnivorous goodness is served on lavash, fluffy bread, or a plate, it’s always a delight. Here are five vendors to check out.
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