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Andala Cafe

  

286 Franklin St, Cambridge

Ariana

  
3 3 Stars

Cuisine: Middle Eastern - Price: $$, $12 to $19

129 Brighton Ave, Allston-Brighton

A more-affordable version of the acclaimed Helmand completes the greatest block of ethnic restaurants in... READ MORE

Azama Grill

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern - Price: $

54 Harvard Ave, Allston-Brighton

This counter-service Egyptian kebab joint is the real deal. Real shwarma spinning on two rotisseries,... READ MORE

Boston Kabob & Pizza

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

431 Cambridge Street, Allston-Brighton

Byblos

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

678 Washington St, Norwood

Café Barada

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

2269 Massachusetts Ave # 1, Porter Square

Falafal Palace

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

25 Central Sq, Central Square

Falafel Corner

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

8 1/2 Eliot St, Harvard Square

This Egyptian-owned shwarma-and-kebab joint keeps some much-needed late hours. Great pita wraps, salads and plates... READ MORE

Fordee's Falafel and Deli

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern - Price: $

555 Mount Auburn St, Watertown

You must get the falafel. it is! Crunchy, unoily exterior with a beautifully seasoned, creamy... READ MORE

Grain and Salt

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern, Indian - Price: $9 to $13

431 Cambridge St, Allston-Brighton

The British-born chef at Grain and Salt creates Punjabi and Pakistani specialties that boast unusually... READ MORE

Helmand

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

143 First St, East Cambridge

Greater Boston’s first Afghan restaurant, and also one of the finest South Asian restaurants we... READ MORE



Istanbul Cafe [CLOSED]

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern, Turkish

1414-1418 Comm Ave, Allston-Brighton

This used to be a good Turkish restaurant on Beacon Hill; now it's an amazingly... READ MORE

Jerusalem Cafe

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

245 Massachusetts Ave, Back Bay

Openly Palestinian source for cheap and generous, but not overly flavorful, meals. Stick with the... READ MORE

Jerusalem Pita and Grill

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern, Kosher - Price: $$, $11 to $30

10 Pleasant St, Brookline

A kosher Israeli joint in Coolidge Corner that serves tasty pitas, shawarma, and other authentic... READ MORE

Kolbeh of Kabob

  

Cuisine: Persian, Middle Eastern, Turkish

1500 Cambridge Street, Cambridge

La Camelia

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern, Armenian

92 Waterman Ave, East Providence

Middle East

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

472-480 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge

While the name alone should make it glaringly obvious, the fact that the Middle East... READ MORE

Middle East Corner

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern, American

480 Mass Ave, Central Square

The Corner, more or less the windowsill of the Middle East Cafe, serves up (mostly)... READ MORE

Moody's Falafel Palace

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

25 Central Square, Central Square

Moody's Falafel Palace does do wonders with the chickpea.  READ MORE

Sabra

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern, Israeli

45 Union St [Newton Centre], Newton

A typical Israeli/Middle East restaurant with an outstanding luncheon buffet ($6.95). Invest heavily in the... READ MORE

Sabzi Persian Chelow Kabab

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern - Price: $, $10 to $17

352 Mass Ave, Cambridge

A jewel box faithful to the ideal a certain kind of restaurant in Persia that... READ MORE



Sami's

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern, Israeli - Price: $

350 Longwood Avenue, Boston

This Middle Eastern food-truck, situated out by Avenue Louis Pasteur, keeps early hours, so get... READ MORE

Sami's Copy

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern, Israeli

350 Longwood Avenue, Boston

Sepal

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

17 Nichols Ave, Watertown

Yoma Burmese Restaurant

  
3 3 Stars

Cuisine: Middle Eastern - Price: $8 to $12

5 North Beacon St, Allston

Yoma serves supposedly authentic Burmese food, which is at its best in “spicy” dishes, but... READ MORE

ZuZu

  

Cuisine: Middle Eastern

474 Mass Ave, Central Square

Showcasing cutting-edge local performers, local art, great food, and tasty drinks. | ZUZU READ MORE

 
 
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