After enjoying my lunch at Piperi, I decided to stop in for dinner. It is much quieter at dinner time, and I kind of like that. Unfortunately I have missed Tim, the owner, I would have liked to have had a chance to chat with him.
Americo greets me as warmly as he did when I was there for lunch. He’s super sweet and even let’s me snap a few close up photos of the toppings (check out how amazing the colors are!)
Moroccan carrots, red cabbage slaw and white bean tabouleh.
Tomato relish and hummus.
Yum, check out the falafel!
A shot of that amazing juicy chicken. I tried to convince them to give me their secret, but I was unsuccessful.
They make all their gozi, their signature bread, in house. They make it the night before, allow the dough to rise and it is ready the next day.
The finished product: they use a tortilla press to make gozi.
I ordered a chicken mezze plate with olives, hummus and carrots.
A chicken gozi flat bread sandwich with carrots and feta cheese.
And another chicken gozi flat bread with cheddar cheese, white bean tabouleh, and carrots. I think I liked the gozi flat bread sandwich better than the straight mezze plate, the gozi makes all the difference. Stop on over to Piperi for a really great lunch or dinner experience.
One Beacon Street, Boston, MA
Tags: casual dining, financial district, mediterranean, restaurant