For entrees, we enjoyed the barbecue lamb served with a yellow Spanish rice ($12). The lamb was tender, tossed with sauteed onions, crisp red and green peppers, and a thick, sweet barbecue sauce. We also had to taste a wrap that a waiting patron recommended as a personal favorite. The wrap was filled with baked salmon, shrimp, lightly sauteed broccoli, onions, peppers,yellow rice, and a light creamy sauce, all rolled into a warm, smooth, wheat wrap ($11). It proved why Shareef’s is the house of wraps: The wrap was soft, the filling was well seasoned, and the light sauce tied the flavors together. We topped off our meal with a incredible house-made strawberry lemonade ($2.50), which was super refreshing and sweet.