by Marc Hurwitz
A suburban restaurant featuring Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine has shut its doors.
According to a tweet from @ecceadam, Chicken Kebab in Stoughton is no longer in business, with a Wicked Local post confirming this, saying that the Washington Street dining spot has indeed shuttered, though the owner may open "other restaurants in nearby communities." It is not yet known why the eatery closed, nor is it known what cities or towns the owner may look at for potential dining spots; as soon as we get more information, we will post an update here.
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Chicken Kebab first opened approximately five years ago, offering mostly Turkish fare including such items as lentil soup, falafel, lamb sandwiches, shish kebab, a fish kofte plate, and rice pudding.
The address for the now-closed Chicken Kebab was 756 Washington Street, Stoughton, MA, 02072.
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