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Ashur Restaurant, located in Boston, Massachusetts offers delicious, fresh and popular African dishes, as well as, egg sandwiches, french toast with eggs and fries and much more. Ashur restaurant is perfect for Muslim diners since the food served is...more

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Ashur Restaurant, located in Boston, Massachusetts offers delicious, fresh and popular African dishes, as well as, egg sandwiches, french toast with eggs and fries and much more. Ashur restaurant is perfect for Muslim diners since the food served is Halal. Also, please note that alcohol is not served here.

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Address

291 Roxbury St Boston, MA 02119

Website

http://ashurrestaurant.com/

Phone

(617) 427-0599

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