Superb Middle Eastern food! Their hummus and falafel are to die for. You get a lot of food for the price, really good! This place has been around for a long time, clearly has a strong reputation. Highly recommend!
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I have been eating at Rami's since it opened thirty years ago. Excellent basic middle east food. My personal favorite is the Jerusalem kebab (ground beef, spiced) but the falafel and shawarma are very good too. Good selection of baklava and similar pastries.
First of all, what a treat to have a kosher restaurant that provide both vegetarian as well as meat selections. Secondly, what a treat to have a restaurant in the middle of Harvard Street that can provide a fast delicious meal that is excellent value...More
Hmmmm. I do like Rami's. The food is delicious. We tend to get the platter that includes wonderful falafel, delicious humus, spicy kabobs, grilled chicken, tasty salad, and soft, thick pita. They also have wonderful tahini and hot sauces. The service is similar to what...More
There are two kosher Middle Eastern restaurants about 1/4 mile apart at Coolidge Corner, and lately we've been going to the other. Traffic into town was bad, so we didn't have the time to go to the other one which is notorious for its relaxed...More
I dash in here for a healthy lunch whenever I'm in the neighborhood. Rami is always friendly and asks how I'm doing. I always get the falafel hummus pita, and obviously I haven't been disappointed. Rami's has also catered a couple of our family events....More
The balance between price and the food and quantity, in my opinion, is not really positive; despite the food is not bad, and the place seems to be more or less clean. Regarding the service quality, it seems that the boss is not really consumer...More
We really enjoyed our lunch at Rami's, but it certainly wasn't the best shawarma that we ever tasted. The falafel was very good. I wish that they had offered more topping choices-eggplant, fries, etc. Instead, it was pretty basic. The pita bread was exceptional; the...More
Recently went to Rami's and got Falafel. The prices are very expensive, its about $8.3 for simple small pita with Falafel. They cut the pita 3/4 of the way so not much can be put in. And in addition they put VERY little inside. While...More