Good quality, wholesome and homemade. We had wraps, hummus, falafel and tabouli and the chicken. Nothing fancy, simply good.
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I had a falafel for take out, it was mostly ground meat. It was in the afternoon and the place was empty. I had to wait outside because I had my dog with me. The woman was very friendly and quick due to fact it...More
Delicious, simple menu of falafel, shwarma and kabobs with lots of sides--hummus, tabouli, baba ghannouj, oilves, etc. I loved the homemade lemonade!
I used to study at Harvard for the summer, since I have some religious restrictions, I only can eat a certain type of foods. But this restaurant saved my life, they provide what I need...a tasteful shawarma with the incredible garlic paste. The staff are...More
Good, solid, bright food. Nice people, as well. The falafel, baklava, and everything else is fresh and refined. Pretty darn great.
Clean surroundings and delicious food at this Lebanese eatery. The wrap bread is delicious and thin. All of the vegetarian dishes are tasty. I recommend the superveggie wrap! They also have schwarma and kabobs for the meat-eaters. I wish they were located closer to Harvard...More
I eat lunch here a few times a month. At first the owner was a bit gruff but now he is very friendly. I am pretty picky and I like the food a lot. However, I haven't tried too many different things, mostly eat the...More
I have been here a few times and the staff and food are pretty poor. There are so many good Falafel shops in Boston. This is not one of them.
This is a great place to get a quick meal or to bring something home. The food is good and counter servers are very nice. I often have the lentil soup, which is consistently good. Their shwarma plate is delicious. The ambiance isn't much, but...More