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The smell of sizzling meat fills Sofra Cafe. But chefs don't use just one cooking method to achieve the right flavor for their meat dishes. They roast gyro meat on a rotating spit and char-grill cuts of lamb and chicken with vegetables on skewers until they're tender and juicy. But there are also plenty of unique dishes that set Sofra apart. Among the stand-outs is a dish of sauteed cubes of liver and a whole grilled bronzini fish served with a squeeze of lemon and capers. But like birthday gifts from a butcher friend, not everything has meat in it. One vegetarian favorite, the cigar borek, has chefs rolling phyllo dough into tubes that are filled with a blend of feta, tomatoes, and parsley.