Hole in the wall.
I've come to terms with the quality of food in Boston. The only thing you can control is what you pay for the dodgy food. So, go to this place, put down a fiver, and get a stomach full of good eats. They use proper lamb instead of the rotating lamb spam, a good sauce with a good kick, and a nice soft bread. You know its authentic when the guy says "you likada garlic! garlic chicken shawarma!" and has a unibrow. Just don't expect a nice place. It's like a skinny cafeteria full of hung over college kids.
this is the best.
i recenlt discovered this place and it is the best of boston. i moved from new york where you can get any kind of food at all price ranges. in boston there is no good food or it is highly overated. THIS IS THE BEST ONE AND ONLY don't be turned of by atmosphere or paper plates. the staff is verry frendly. they use great quality and you can always taste the freshness. thamk you and i love you