This kosher Israeli restaurant offers delicious falafel (made fresh), hummus (my girlfriend who spent time in Israel swears Rami's hummus and falafel are as good the ones she had in Israel), shwarma (dark meat turkey, not the usual beef, lamb or chicken), kebobs, pastry cigars (with meat or vegetables) and borekas. The salad (lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage, sweet pickles) is always crisp and tasty, served with tahini (and not the acidic stuff you get at Lebanese shwarma places). Service is fast and friendly, although sometimes the place (with about a dozen tables) is very crowded and the line to order snakes through the shop. My only complaint is that the shwarma has some monosodium glutamate, and I get a dry mouth afterwards. The prices are higher than at Lebanese shwarma places (there's one about 4 blocks away), but the flavor is better. Portions are generous. Closed for Sabbath and Jewish holidays.
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