I stumbled upon this seemingly new, brightly lit and brightly colored restaurant in Liberty Square, just off State Street east of Congress -
Enjoyed an excellent dinner of Adana Kebab (two skewers of ground lamb grilled - I think it may go by another name at other M-E places?), with rice and spinach sauteed with pine nutes and spices. There was enough to enjoy the leftovers for lunch. Nice flavor on the kebab - Spinach was excellent.
Here's the thing - along with the various types of meat, they have over a dozen "meze appetizers" that appear to be vegetarian - the spinach, couple of different kinds of eggplant, zucchini fritters, artichoke fritters, different kinds of salads, etc. Menu offers a meze plate of six items for $6.95 or two with salad for $5.95.
They also had some fresh-made soups that looked awfully enticing in this cold weather. Friendly staff too.
Here's the website: http://www.bostonkebabhouse.com
Also a link to any earlier post - http://www.chowhound.com/topics/349992
The earlier post appeared to slip below the radar and I had not seen it discussed on the board. Everything inside is very colorful and inviting - The food also appeared to be fresher looking - overall, it presents a more pleasant picture than the nearby Sultan's Kitchen. Looked like there were lots of tables downstairs for in-house dining -
Anyway, check it out.