Time Out says
Although there are several options for kebabs in the neighborhood, one new addition to the kebab scene is Al Aziz, a small shop specializing in Lebanese kebabs. Their fillings include the standard falafel, chicken, lamb and beef, but if you’re feeling adventurous, you should try their cheese and zatar option. The zatar is made by first rolling flat a piece of dough, half of the bread is topped with cheese and the other half is topped with a blend of herbs, salt and sesame (among other spices). Though the taste is quite strong and can be unusual to those unaccustomed to Middle Eastern cuisine, combining the cheese half and the zatar half together gives the effect of a deliciously herb heavy pizza.