Lunch and dinner offerings include salads, sandwiches (I had the brie and apple one the other day, pretty tasty) and both Mediterranean dishes like kebabs. Most will be made to order, but then closer to closing there will be pre-made offerings. Their website seems a little out of date, last time I was there there were a lot more things (you can also see their sandwich menu below.) The hours are Monday-Friday, 6:45am-8pm, Saturday 7:30am-8pm and Sundays and holidays 7:30am-7pm.
I've always liked the breakfast offerings, the breakfast sandwich on a homemade roll with egg, tomato, cheese and bacon is great, and their pastries are top notch. If you recall, the Erfani family that runs the shop moved from France, where they ran a bakery, so they know traditional French baking.