Shawarma Falafel

(20 reviews)
Restaurant
  • 26 Province Street, Boston, MA 02108 USA
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Company Description

The idea behind Shawarma Falafel is to educate our American customers about Authentic Lebanese Food. Our wraps, platters, marination, and condiments are prepared and offered the same way and with the same ingredients as in Beirut. We offer customers the best ingredients and raw materials with decent portions and the right price, while focusing on hygiene and cleanliness.

Review & Rating

Mark Cook
Mark Cook
5
2 days ago

Delicious! Try the grilled lamb platter. Owner was super friendly and provided an outstanding service experience.

Cody Jung
Cody Jung
5
2 days ago

Good price and great food! The hummus is bot runny, and when you hold up the wrap, liquid isnt pouring out of it. I got the Kafka wrap combo and it was worth it, copious amounts of fries in the basket and in the wrap as well.

Charlie Welch
Charlie Welch
5
2 days ago

Everything is good but my favorite is the Baba Ghanoush. The owners are very friendly and work very hard to make the food fresh.

Shelly W
Shelly W
5
2 days ago

Super good! The whole family liked the food here. Owner was very nice and even brought out free hummus and pita bread. Loved the beef roll-up. Would definitely come back again and recommend. Very Authentic.

Yaron Cudkevich
Yaron Cudkevich
3
2 days ago

This Lebanese restaurant serves wraps that are acceptable at a decent price. However, if you have ever eaten similar food anywhere in the middle east, you know it can get much better than this.

Mohammed Alghool
Mohammed Alghool
5
2 days ago

Excellent place to eat Shawerma and Falafel the original Lebanese way. First time to visit, but I just marked it as my favorite in Boston. Either you want to take out or eat in, this place will accommodate you with excellent personal customer service. Must go, add it to the top of your list.

Katie Simpson
Katie Simpson
5
2 days ago

Boston Shwarma is one of my go-to spots. They have delicious and affordable wraps perfect for lunch on the go or for after a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. If you’re still hungry after your meal, the baklava is worth the money.

Ashesh Shah
Ashesh Shah
5
2 days ago

Delicious. They are from Lebanon and know what they are doing. The chicken wrap is actually done like it is in country and I recommend the soujouk if you can enjoy spicy food. The service and the clean environment make this a place to go to in the downtown Boston area. Don't miss.

Amira Chatti
Amira Chatti
5
2 days ago

Love the food, and the business owner is very nice and welcoming

Andrew Lilley
Andrew Lilley
5
2 days ago

This is just the best Lebanese wrap I've ever eaten. The ingredients are fresh, the meat is delicious, it's artfully put together and the chef and all the staff are good people. The sauce makes it. Plus, it's good value.

Mark Cook
Mark Cook
5
2 days ago

Delicious! Try the grilled lamb platter. Owner was super friendly and provided an outstanding service experience.

Cody Jung
Cody Jung
5
2 days ago

Good price and great food! The hummus is bot runny, and when you hold up the wrap, liquid isnt pouring out of it. I got the Kafka wrap combo and it was worth it, copious amounts of fries in the basket and in the wrap as well.

Charlie Welch
Charlie Welch
5
2 days ago

Everything is good but my favorite is the Baba Ghanoush. The owners are very friendly and work very hard to make the food fresh.

Mohammed Alghool
Mohammed Alghool
5
2 days ago

Excellent place to eat Shawerma and Falafel the original Lebanese way. First time to visit, but I just marked it as my favorite in Boston. Either you want to take out or eat in, this place will accommodate you with excellent personal customer service. Must go, add it to the top of your list.

Shelly W
Shelly W
5
2 days ago

Super good! The whole family liked the food here. Owner was very nice and even brought out free hummus and pita bread. Loved the beef roll-up. Would definitely come back again and recommend. Very Authentic.

Yaron Cudkevich
Yaron Cudkevich
3
2 days ago

This Lebanese restaurant serves wraps that are acceptable at a decent price. However, if you have ever eaten similar food anywhere in the middle east, you know it can get much better than this.

Amira Chatti
Amira Chatti
5
2 days ago

Love the food, and the business owner is very nice and welcoming

Andrew Lilley
Andrew Lilley
5
2 days ago

This is just the best Lebanese wrap I've ever eaten. The ingredients are fresh, the meat is delicious, it's artfully put together and the chef and all the staff are good people. The sauce makes it. Plus, it's good value.

Ashesh Shah
Ashesh Shah
5
2 days ago

Delicious. They are from Lebanon and know what they are doing. The chicken wrap is actually done like it is in country and I recommend the soujouk if you can enjoy spicy food. The service and the clean environment make this a place to go to in the downtown Boston area. Don't miss.

Katie Simpson
Katie Simpson
5
2 days ago

Boston Shwarma is one of my go-to spots. They have delicious and affordable wraps perfect for lunch on the go or for after a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. If you’re still hungry after your meal, the baklava is worth the money.



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