★★★★ The owner assured me that it's halal, they also have a halal sign.
The food is good, very good, service is just excellent.
They have seating area that is adequate.
Price is reasonable. Portions are okay.
However, their food is not warm, and they warm it in a microwave and that's where they lose one star from me. Regardless, it has become a favorite place of mine. Posted on August 25, 2012
★★ I went to this place recently and the food was not warm and poor in taste. We tried to inform the waiter but he did not come back. It was waist of time and money since the food was also expensive. On our way back, we also found out that they also serve Alcohol. Bad mistake. I will not go back and will not recommend anyone to go there. Posted on March 27, 2011
★★★★ The person below sounds like he's never been to Sabra Grill at Harvard Square, because Sabra does not have a buffet, does not have legs and thighs of chicken, and does not serve alcohol. Yes, there is much better Lebanese food elsewhere in the U.S., but considering where this restaurant is located and its very poor competition in the neighborhood, this place is a blessing. The chicken shawarma is good. I recommend the #2 special with the chicken shawarma, rice, hummus, tabbouli, stuffed grape leaves, and bread. Posted on February 7, 2011
★★ We went to lunch buffet: It was the worst Lunch for $10 per person I had in long time with only one meat option with couple of vegis, they were stale and not warm. Chicken were only legs and thighs were burnt and taste less without any spices. Owner also sells alcohol and I doubt the verbal insurance about the food "is Halal" is worth believing. They charged $6 for my 5 year old and also charged me $6 tip without asking me besides high taxes. I will not recommend anyone spend money and time with Sabra Grill. Hope that was helpful. Posted on August 6, 2010