Unknown to tourists, a growing Muslim immigrant community calls Kissimmee home (you’ll see a few halal grocery stores around this area), and this family restaurant is one of the benefits: a friendly choice hidden in an elbow of a quiet strip mall, embellished with bougainvillea, stone walls, and a gurgling fountain. Lunch specials (11am–3pm) get you kebabs for $9, which go for $14 by dinnertime, but wraps (including falafel, shawarma, and—in a nod to the tourists—Philly steak) start at just $6. I love the garlicky hummus ($5.50) and kibbeh fritters made of beef, cracked wheat, pine nuts, and seasonings ($6). Couscous dishes start at $13.