It is hard to find good falafel in America - this is one of the best places, and certainly the only one I know of that even comes close in Brookline
Thank you Rami for continuing to bring good Israeli food to Brookline. We travel from Lexington for this! Baba ganoush is best around, and the salads are always fresh. Good nectar drinks as well.
Rami's never disappoints! The food is fresh and made from scratch in the open kitchen so you can watch while waiting in line to order. The falafel in particular is delicious and fun to watch being made; the ingredients get fed into a really cool little machine that squeezes the mixture into little balls and then into the fryer. The... More
their felafel arrives in large refrigerated trucks. guess why? one can watch boxes being unloaded. contents are frozen. when served, these same contents are dry, taste a bit like sawdust.
I brought the whole family to Rami's last week. We had fallafel, houmous, shwarma and tahina; all with fresh pita. It's a bit tight in the restaurant during the busy time, but we found a table anyway. The hot sauce (hariff) was especially good! I've had fallafel all over the world, and I think that Rami's is the best!
Hummus is superb here, similar to what you could get in Israel. The falafel is good, but I particularly enjoy the turkey shwarma (although they seem to use MSG, as I always get dry mouth afterwards). Serving portions are generous. The salad is fresh (lettuce, cucumbers, tomato, cabbage, sweet pickles--made to order with hot sauce and tahini as you wish... More
Great Isreali fafael, and other Isreali goodies. The pickels are perfect. Be sure to ask for the hot sauce, but get it on the side. The dinning area is tiny, but the poritions are big
Our family of five shared 5 dishes. We are not big eaters but found the portions too small for entrees. Thank God for the free rice, otherwise we would have left hungry! The service was courteous and friendly, the atmosphere pleasant but in general overpriced for what you got.
The falafel was tastey and fresh. it was served with fresh vegtables and went down easily with an israeli malt beer (bira shchora). Limited eatin capability but offers takeout service . Recommended
Enjoyed the Falafel plate with hummus, but the tables are dirty and there is trash on the floor. Needs better bussing.
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