Looking around the Asian strips where I grew up near, I realized that every once in awhile, I would see a strangely placed restaurant whereby it be a Pakistini or Sri Lankan joint. I didn't seem Jack's Bakery out like I did with Al-Amir. Instead, it was nearby. With its American name, it's unassuming. The window signs advertise kebobs which tell of more to come than your usual bakery.
They have platters of baklava ready and $1 each. I chose a cylinder version sprinkled with pistachios. It was flaky but doused with honey on the inside. Very sweet.
They also have spinach triangles and kebobs on their food menu.