I was also hungry, so I ordered the chicken shawarma wrap. And their claim was true: no artificial ingredients. Just fresh chopped tomatoes, sliced bell peppers, grilled chicken pieces, olive oil and a whole grain tortilla. Oh and a yogurt based sauce that was so good. All for 6 bucks, which is a bargain inside an airport.
What I also love about this shawarma is that anybody can make this at home. Interestingly, one of Pasha's recipes made it into The South Beach Diet Cookbook, inspired by a diet advocated Dr. Arthur Agatston who advocates a diet that is low in refined carbs and includes many good carbs (in other words, fresh vegetables and fruits), similar to the Healthy Indian Diet.
Wouldn't it be great if there is a healthy Indian restaurant that, like Pasha's, uses whole ingredients, mostly plants, no added sugars or bad cooking oils? A place that served a simple dish of chickpeas, chopped onions and lemon juice for chat instead of the fried refined grain crap you get at most places. Maybe there is such a healthy Indian restaurant out there. If you know of one, please let us know about it.