Food was fresh and really good. Portions are large!! It is BYOB but there is a liquor store a few doors down.
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So this place claimes to be a middle eastern restaurant but it is not a true reflection of the cuisine. It has a nice ambiance, staff is great and attentive, but food is not upto the par. It is an Americanized version of middle eastern...More
Thirteen months later, on another trip to Massachusetts, we decided to visit El-Basha, as I hungered for their lollipop lamb chops. This time it was for dinner, and I thought the prices seemed a bit high, at least compared to luncheon prices. But that is...More
I love Mediterranean/Greek cuisine and truly look forward to going out for a nice lamb dish with all the sides. We were a party of 5 and we ordered their version of a Poo Poo Platter for the table with selecting 8 appetizers. I did't...More
I love trying new places because there is always an element of the unknown. After having a great lunch with a colleague of mine at this quaint well staffed restaurant I know the next time I am in the area I will be going back....More
What a wonderful mistake. We thought we were walking into the pizza place next door and instead walked into El Basha Grill. A middle eastern restaurant. We stayed and are glad we did. The food was great and the atmosphere was terrific. Great wait staff....More
I was looking forward to a good Lebanese meal but I didn't find it at El Basha. The young girl at reception didn't have a clue about which tables were available. The vegetarian stuffed grape leaves were OK, nothing special. My wife had the kibbee...More