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viennas best falafel in town. try it with the 3 traditional sauces :)
Crispy, falafely goodness. Excellent value for money.
Another excellent lunch at Sababa.
Some of the best falafel dishes in Wien, with extremely fast service, 99% of the time friendly. Bit of a warning, they sometimes have a few items on the menu with the same name, so it's recommended you try to point and/or describe exactly what dish you're expecting (case in point - the dish named "Hummus & Falafel" actually can mean 3 different menu items, with 3 different prices.
Overall though, worth a visit if you need a fast, cheap mediterranean meal. Also serves various beers from around the World, so if you're drinking lunch, it's also a good stop.
sababa serves a great falafel wrap for an ok price, the service is great and the place small but very inviting.
After years of walking back and forth through the first district, I somehow completely ignored the existence of Sababa.
Delivering a delicious plate of hummus, tahini and falafel for less than 5 EUR, which *almost* fits into the lunch budget of a web 2.0 startup founder.
The owner oversees the restaurant activity, which seems to keep the service to an acceptable level and there's no better way to fulfill your people-watching need than by sitting right smack-dab in the middle of everyone's way on the sidewalk.
If there is a place in Vienna where to get a fine Falafel Pita then it's Sababa at Rotenturmstraße!
This used to be a Haaegen-Dasz, now it's an Israeli restaurant. I still don't know how I feel about losing the Haaegen-Dasz :P, but it's a good place to get Israeli food. It looks a bit like a kebab place at first glance, but it isn't. The cook puts a lot of effort into this food, and serves vegan food as well (as in falafel).