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Initially visited this place as it was in the Lonely Planet book. It’s on the main, dusty road and looks a little basic but enjoyed the food so much, I went back for dinner. The food was piping hot, well cooked and delicious. They serve...More
We tried only falafel and humus here, it was good, but a little bit bland for my taste, I like some garlic and spices inside to feel more than a taste of chickpeas and tahini. But I was a little bit surprised that for 45...More
Mama Sababa offers vegan and vegetarian options. The speciality of the house is their home made houmoius and falafel served with pitta bread. We arrived tired and pleased to find vegetarian food. However our order was wrong and we did not have the energy to...More
Honestly pretty disappointed by this place... I first read about it on Lonely Planet which had good things to say about it and made it seem unique. It wasn't, the menu was basically the same as every other little tourist joint in town. The falafel...More
We ate here at lunch time and thought the food was lovely. I had falafel in pitta and really enjoyed it. My partner had the chicken kebab in pitta and he thought it was tasty too. Lovely staff, very friendly and Mama Sababa cooks all...More
Surprisingly good hummus and nice warm pitta bread but, given the portion size, it's as expensive as I used to pay in London cafe which is mad for a town in Laos. Staff don't speak English so you need to point at what you want...More
Try their homemade humus, pita and falafel, it‘s delicious. Unfortunately we had some small plastic items in our humus, that’s why we only go up to 4 stars. But you really should go there if you like humus, pita and falafel. And they also serve...More