Our readers know what sets a good dolma apart from all those other mediocre rice balls wrapped in pickled grape leaves, or what makes a good falafel more than just a fried wad of mashed garbanzo beans. At Mazzah, it's all about the details--well-spiced dishes, zesty sauces and fresh ingredients. And more than anything, it's about consistency. Mazzah serves up kabobs and shawarma to tahini-craving North Enders and Southeast Boiseans at European street-cart prices seven days a week until respectably late.
Second Place: Cazba
Third Place: Cafe Vicino