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Falafel King deserves its crown

The lamb kebab dinner plate is cooked to order and flavored with garlic and allspice. The lamb kebab dinner plate is cooked to order and flavored with garlic and allspice. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By Denise Taylor
Globe Correspondent / July 9, 2008

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"Try my falafel!" Grinning and holding out a golden-brown ball of deep-fried falafel in each gloved hand, Hassan Alzubaidy is ready for us the moment we walk into the new Quincy Falafel King. We barely make it the six steps from the door to the counter of this tiny, mostly takeout spot, before he beckons to us again. (Full article: 580 words)

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