Sababa

Rotenturmstraße 19, 1010 Vienna, Austria Get Directions to this spot
Rotenturmstraße 19
1010 Vienna
Austria
+43 1 5331874

10 reviews for Sababa

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  • Schnidelibue .
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    • 12. Jun 2011

    viennas best falafel in town. try it with the 3 traditional sauces :)

  • fadr
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    • 27. Apr 2010

    Crispy, falafely goodness. Excellent value for money.

  • Mike
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    • 28. Aug 2009

    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.

  • melanie
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    • 24. Jan 2008

    sababa serves a great falafel wrap for an ok price, the service is great and the place small but very inviting.

  • Mike
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    • 20. Jun 2007

    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.

  • spanaut
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    • 15. Jun 2007

    If there is a place in Vienna where to get a fine Falafel Pita then it's Sababa at Rotenturmstraße!

    Highly recommended!

  • Jurie
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    • 23. Dec 2006

    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).

    • von wegen maschu maschu hat den besten falafel. die kennen sababa nicht. jeder mit dem ich dort war ist begeistert und träumt nachts davon am nächsten morgen gleich noch eins zu holen. einfach nur wow.

    • *Ich* red nicht ueber Maschu... wozu dieses Kommentar auf meinen Review? :P

    • maschu maschu behauptet das ja von sich ;-)

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