On an average day with decent weather, it’s not uncommon to see 40+ people standing in line to get some Greek food from this truck at 51st and Park Avenue, and for good reason. The food is excellent, and $7 will get you a lamb platter to show to your coworkers.
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Kiki’s Grill & Rotisserie
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