Rami's

★★★★☆
42.3436 -71.1237
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617-738-3577

324 Harvard St

Brookline, MA

02446

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Sun-Thursday 10-10 Friday 10-3 Sat - closed

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Best Falafel in Boston. Very good authentic Israeli cuisine. Very expensive. Be prepared to spend close to $10 for a shawarma pita.

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Best Falafel in Boston. Very good authentic Israeli cuisine. Very expensive. Be prepared to spend close to $10 for a shawarma pita.

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They serve the best falafal and shawarma around but it is pretty pricey because they don't have any competition. The staff could be a lot friendlier.

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They serve the best falafal and shawarma around but it is pretty pricey because they don't have any competition. The staff could be a lot friendlier.

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Prices are very good and the food is always fresh.
The falafel and chicken shwarma are my favorites.
The tabouli and hummus are also good.
Staff does a good job at moving the cue.

PROS: Clean, quick service and reasonable prices! Parking in rear.
CONS: gets busy

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★★★★☆

Prices are very good and the food is always fresh.
The falafel and chicken shwarma are my favorites.
The tabouli and hummus are also good.
Staff does a good job at moving the cue.

PROS: Clean, quick service and reasonable prices! Parking in rear.
CONS: gets busy

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The review on this site indicates that a falafel in a pita can be had for under $5 -- it's obviously been a long time since citysearch editors have been to Rami's, since the price is now approaching $7. Stilll, no falafel in the city is better. But, you're best to show up at peak hours so you get a freshly fried falafel, as opposed to ones that have been sitting out for several minutes or hours (doesn't matter which, as falafel is only at its prime when fried to order.) Get there a few hours before they close of you want the shawrama, too. They make it in the morning, and once done, that's it. Curiously, they won't add fries (chips, in Israel) to your sandwich, even if you pay for the side order of fries. Still, in all of Greater Boston, this the closest you'll find to Israeli street food and is worth the trip to Coolidge.

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The review on this site indicates that a falafel in a pita can be had for under $5 -- it's obviously been a long time since citysearch editors have been to Rami's, since the price is now approaching $7. Stilll, no falafel in the city is better. But, you're best to show up at peak hours so you get a freshly fried falafel, as opposed to ones that have been sitting out for several minutes or hours (doesn't matter which, as falafel is only at its prime when fried to order.) Get there a few hours before they close of you want the shawrama, too. They make it in the morning, and once done, that's it. Curiously, they won't add fries (chips, in Israel) to your sandwich, even if you pay for the side order of fries. Still, in all of Greater Boston, this the closest you'll find to Israeli street food and is worth the trip to Coolidge.

Pros: simply the best Boston has to offer in Israel street food

Cons: won't put fries in your pita -- off peak hours mean old falafel

Message from Rami's

This Boston Area Middle Eastern restaurant offers up authentic middle eastern food, all deliciously kosher. Located at the heart of Coolidge Corner in Brookline, Rami‚??s has been serving fantastic Glatt kosher food since 1990. The menu features a fantastic variety of traditional Israeli and Middle Eastern dishes, including falafel (perfectly sized golden crispy chickpea balls), bourekas (puff pastries with various fillings), houmos; or hummus (mashed garlicky chickpea spread), and their famous shawarma - marinated turkey - layered onto a spit and slow cooked with spices; it's sliced to order and finished on the grill. Rami‚??s offers both take-out as well as delivery, with fantastic custom catering options for large parties, families, or corporate lunches. Great for lunch or dinner. With the wide variety of authentic kosher cuisine and the friendly welcoming service, Rami‚??s is proving itself as the best Middle Eastern restaurant in Brookline & Boston.

More about Rami's

Middle Eastern Restaurant, Middle Eastern Cuisine, Middle Eastern Dining, Middle Eastern Food, Kosher Restaurant, Kosher Food, Best Falafel, Best Shawarma, Baba Ganoush, Hummus, Houmas, Kebab, Borekas, Boston, Brookline

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Popular with the plethora of students and young professionals who call the Coolidge Corner area home, Rami's is a community eatery where the friendly workers seem to know every other patron by name. With a bright,…

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