After one credit scene depicting the characters eating silently at their favorite shawarma joint (thanks to a one-liner from Robert Downey Jr.), movie buffs are racing to eat the Middle Eastern food. TMZ did an informal poll with shawarma restaurants in Los Angeles, who reported seeing stronger shawarma sales since the movie came out. Ro Ro's Chicken in LA said they've seen their numbers boosted by 80 percent — much like the swarm of baba ghanoush sales after You Don't Mess with the Zohan came out.
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