1999 BEST Middle Eastern Restaurant
Tucked away between Boylston and Newbury streets, this aromatic eatery serves food so fresh it sizzles, in a casual, seat-yourself space with fast and friendly service. The warm falafel, chicken, beef, or lamb-kabob sandwiches make a hefty lunch, and larger entrees come with rice, Greek salad, and fresh pita bread. Israeli and Lebanese wine and beer are on the drink list.
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