You won't easily find Falafel King, but if you are not squeamish about location and can find this hidden jewel, you will be rewarded with the best chicken kabob sandwich in all of Boston. The owner prepares every order to order - every person in the usually long line will be served by the actual Falafel King! Don't worry though - the line moves faster than you can say Falafel! The prices is quite reasonable and if you smile and ask politely, The King will hand you a sample of his amazing and TASTY falafel. Definitely worth the trip if you are in the financial district or downtown crossing. TAKE OUT ONLY! Cash only.
Falafel King is hidden in the back if the worse looking food court in the Universe, but don't be put off their food is the best price, freshest quality in Downtown Crossing.
If your not a big fan of middle eastern food try their Chicken Kebab sandwich, or their Special Chicken Sandwich (w/ Chicken, salad, humus, & Falafel).
Very good food, very good quality. Only cons are their is nowhere to sit, but their is a small area to stand and eat.
If your looking for the place, their is a little Chinese place out front and there is a record shop next door (selling real vinyl records!).
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