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Posted by Anonymous on 08/21/2007
I really like the chicken shwarma plate here. It is a bit overpriced..but you do get a lot of food. I'm middle eastern so I know what i'm talking about--the food is good. the falafel here though--i'm not a huge fan of. The man who owns the place is really nice--it's just a great hole in the wall.
Posted by Al the chow hound on 03/08/2007
I've visited many a falafel house in Boston and New York City, and this one, unfortunately, ranks at the bottom. The fellow who owns the place is nice enough, but there was no love in the food preparation. The items were perfunctorily made and relatively expensive. The tabbouleh and stuffed grape leaves both were ultra-vinegary, and the falafel balls were pre-cooked and *microwaved* when ordered, which destroyed any vestige of crunchiness they retained after a questionable amount of time sitting out in open air. The hummus was very thin -- almost wet -- and without flavor. I could have easily fared better making it myself or buying the prepackaged stuff from a grocery store. It is truly unfortunate that I have to write this negative review. Cambridge desperately needs a good, cheap falafel joint. Sabra, however, ain't good and it ain't cheap.
Posted by Scorp on 03/29/2006
They have great Falafels and Grilled Kofta (kibbe) wraps. Pick up a sandwich and go sit one of the nearby parks.