Sepal is on the move and falafel are still superb

DAN WATKINS

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Just in time to support your resolutions to eat healthier: Walid Masoud has moved his popular Sepal restaurant to Symphony, offering the same flavorful Mediterranean fare that had diners queuing up in the most unlikely of places, the neon-lighted food court at Cambridgeside Galleria. This is a more fitting home. Nineteen seats mean you can eat in or take out (a second location is planned for Quincy). Recommended are the signature baked green falafel, emerald balls of chickpeas and spices (the fried version is also excellent); chicken baked with lemony sumac and a blend of herbs and spices; fool madamus, a salad of whole fava beans, tahini, garlic, and parsley; and a red lentil soup so velvety rich you’d never guess it’s vegan.

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