Call tehm Kebabs, Kabobs, Shawarma, or Wraps. They are meet wrapped in bead with stuff in the bread. I really like them. I rarely get to eat them at home. My wife doesn’t care for them so I have to wait till she’s busy or I’m eating with someone else. Then I go and get a gyro with some lamb and pita bread. But in Eastern Europe they fix them a little differently. When I walked by the stand I noticed the line. I watched them make a kebab. It looked good. I walked away, but then I thought about it. They only cost two dollars and we had beer back at the hostel for one dollar. It turned out to be a ncie lunch but it did take a while to get to the front of the line.