Tasty chicken shawarma and hummus was great. It was a good place for takeout. The shawarma was a bit different from what I've grown accustomed to but it was nice.
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I am use to Libanese fine cuisine. Somebody recommand that place to me. Ordered a chicken plate... Chicken was way to overcook... tasteless... served with marinated cucumber... and a salad... no Humus.. I had to command Hummus seperately... Some sort of tahini liquid sauce that...More
We went there for the shawarma and were not disappointed. We have lived in the middle east and these shawarma brought back the memories and flavors of being there.
I am from out of town, and was hoping to find a good shawarma in Boston, but I didn't find it. The chicken was dry, the garlic sauce was watery and there was no hummus with the meal (maybe that isn't standard, but I don't...More
Shawarma king is a dive in every sense of the word, including the great food. Well known by Brookline locals, you cannot go wrong, everything is fresh and flavorful.
The restaurant was near to the Marriott hotel I was staying for couple of nights. They had an wide range of foods in cheaper price, also the food quality was amazing.
This is by far the best place for Arabic food, they have the usual shawerma and fast food options, but they also have daily dishes. Very clean and very yummy. If you love Arabic food, this is your place in Boston.
I had the Veggie Combo plate that had stuffed grape leaves (really tasty), hummus (SOOOO good), tabouli, salad (yum) and falafel. It came with pita and tahini. First, I ordered at the counter and the meal was ready within 5 minutes with friendly service. It...More
The first clue that this restaurant was not going to be good should have been the Best of Boston award from 1992!. It's probably been down hill since then. Heard from an acquaintance that this place had good middle eastern food. Definitely not the case....More
Everyone raves about (or hates) the chicken shawarma here, which is understandable. I actually find the chicken a little dry, but I'm no expert. The wraps are loaded with tahini, salad, pickles, and an intense garlic-cream, and the whole is a very good sandwich. But...More