Beet Box shawarma

Whether it’s chicken from Brush & Trouble Farm in Boone County or pork from Sullivan Farms in Fayette, there will always be some kind of shawarma spinning at Beet Box. It’s served on housemade flatbread and topped with seasonal produce and herbed labneh.

Chances are that when you walk into Beet Box, there is some sort of shawarma spinning on the spit. The fast-casual Columbia spot specializes in Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine, and the shawarma is just part of that vision. You can also find lunch and dinner dishes ranging from falafel to hummus bowls to gyro, but no matter your craving, you can't go wrong with the shawarma. 

On any day, the available shawarma might be chicken, pork or beef, all made with high-quality local meat. Topped with fresh vegetables and herbed labneh and served on housemade flatbread, this is a meal that both tastes indulgent and makes you feel good. Looking to round out the meal? Order the za'atar fries, topped with the classic Middle Eastern savory spice blend, and enjoy one of the restaurant's nonalcoholic shrubs or a glass of natural wine. 

Beet Box is offering its menu for carryout and curbside pickup. 

Beet Box, 602 Fay St., Columbia, Missouri, 573.999.9886, eatabeetbox.com