The terse menu at this Balkan bakery includes three bureks, filled with meat, cheese, or spinach with just a little feta and onion (shown, $4). Each slice is a quarter-pie, routinely cut in two for manageability. Though the dough that encases the burek is layered like phyllo and crisp on top from its time in the oven, inside it's engagingly chewy, like a good strudel.
Dukagjini Burek (also known as Burektorja Dukagjini)
758 Lydig Ave. (Holland-Wallace Aves.), Bronxdale, Bronx