Owners and Staff
Rami & Mirav Cohen (Owners)
Rami and Mirav Cohen moved to Boston from Jerusalem to start a new life. Soon after arriving, they missed the taste of home as there was no authentic falafel available in the Boston area. Rami, being a third generation “Falafel-teer” realized that if he wanted a real Falafel he would have to make it himself, so he opened Rami’s in May of 1991 with his wife, Mirav. Being old-fashioned and traditional, Rami has kept his restaurant consistently producing the freshest food around, as everything is home-made on a daily basis.
Haim Cohen (Manager)
The son of Rami and Mirav, Haim is a fourth generation “Falafel-teer.” Haim has been managing Rami’s since 2004. He enjoys keeping consistent with the old school traditions that have made the establishment famous for over twenty years. Keeping up with the current demands of consumers, Haim has added corporate catering, online ordering, (links?) and new menu items. Haim speaks Hebrew & English.
Gadi is Algerian born and has been working for Rami’s for 15 years. He’s well-versed in several languages including English, Arabic, Hebrew, French, and Spanish.
Loui was born is El Salvador and he’s been working at Rami’s for 10 years. He is soft spoken, sweet, and shy, but always happy and loves his job and many of the customers. Loui speaks English, Spanish, and some Hebrew.
Miguel, aka, Pipa
Pipa hails from El Savador as well, and has been working at Rami’s for 5 years. The best way to describe him is laid back and relaxed. Pipa speaks both English and Spanish.