Berkeleyside Nosh alerted me to Kobani, the new Kurdish restaurant at MLK and University. I had a feeling it would be good when I saw the vertical spits roasting actual stacked meat (lamb and beef on one, chicken on the other), not a Kronos cone. The lamb and beef came wrapped in a delicately flaky lavosh, slightly crisp from the grill, with greens and tahini. I got a spanokopita to go, and it's one of the best around.
Other grilled proteins include lamb, beef and chicken shish-kebabs, minced lamb and minced beef and salmon. $7.95 for most wraps, around $12 for platters with salad and rice. Difficult parking.
The name is from the Kurdish city that was nearly destroyed in battles with ISIS last year.
It's good to have a great sort-of-replacement for the lamented Zaki's.