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Rami's, Coolidge Corner


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Rami's, Coolidge Corner

hiddenboston | Jun 15, 2006 09:05 AM

After hearing about the demise of Sepal in Watertown, I was pretty bummed out yesterday (I was a regular over there, at least before it started going downhill a bit), and I had a craving for Middle Eastern food, so we headed to Rami's in Brookline. I have to say, as much as I liked the falafel at Sepal, Rami's is even better. Everything was good, from the baba ganoush to the potato koureka to the hummus to the turkey shwarma.

I'm glad there are still a few good Middle Eastern places left in the area...Rami's may be my new favorite (although I do like Cafe Jaffa in the Back Bay and Cafe Barada in Cambridge, too).

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