Mama Sababa

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South of Elephant Crossing, Vang Vieng, Laos

Serves meat, vegan options available. A sign outside advertises "vegetarian food," and the choices are presented on one page of the menu. Some other non-veg dishes can be cooked veg or vegan, but you need to specify clearly. Has ground seating on the first floor, and one table with view on the sunset. Has Wi-Fi.

Categories: Lacto, Pizza, International, Western, Laotian, Israeli, Non-veg

9 Reviews

First Review by katya

Great - Edit

I ate here everyday during my stay in Vang Vieng. Mostly because I trusted this place knowledge of veganism more than other places.
Their pumpkinsoup is really amazing! Also I had the falafel with hummus and I loved it!
Make sure you clearly order no garlic sauce (mayonaise).

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Yay! We’re not gonna starve in VV - Edit

Easily the best food we’ve had in Vang Vieng so far. We ordered the noodles with tofu & veggies, and the vegetable & tofu soup. Both were tasty, had good flavours but weren’t overdone with salt. Huzzah! We also ordered the sticky rice with mango and coconut cream which was super tasty!

The staff are lovely and attentive! Nice big board with vegan dishes! If we go back we’ll give the falafel a go ☺️

Pros: cheap, vegan dishes, tasty

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Really good Falafel and Hummus - Edit

I came for the Falafel and Hummus and wasn't disappointed. The taste is really good, it goes well with the hot pita bread and fresh salad. The amount wasn't too much and the price not cheap though.
I found the service to be nice.

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My favourite place in Vang Vieng - Edit

Owner of the restaurant- Mama Sababa is one of the loveliest people I have met on my journeys! Excellent fast service and the falafel she makes....hmmmm the best one I had outside of Israel!

Pros: Food, Service

Cons: A bit hard to find

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give this place a miss - Edit

Wouldn't go there unless you're really desperate, the vego place was closed so I had to head here but it was not great. I won't be going back

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good falafel - Edit

Not the nicest atmosphere and the service is Hit or miss. But the lady does a yummy felafel and a good tofu larp

Pros: cheap ish , outdoor seating

Cons: slow service , kinda buggy

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I wouldn't recommend the place - Edit

I only had one dish there and it was not worth it. I ordered the falafel hummus dish with salad. It came with almost no hummus and less falafels then on the picture. It is a pitty.

Pros: veg friendly

Cons: very smal dishes, a bit dirty, expensive comparing to other places

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nice place - Edit

We ate here a few times. The food was tasty, but a bit small dishes, and more pricey then other close restaurants (by a bit).


Our stomach was ok afterwards which is important when traveling. Food is very fresh here too!

Pros: fresh, nice owner

Cons: pricey, small dishes

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Good find in Vang Vieng! - Edit

Great homemade hummus and falafel. Everything made from scratch, from soaking the chickpeas to the pita bread. Seriously, some of the best hummus and falafel. Large selection of vegetarian Laotian dishes, all can be requested without fish sauce. The fruit shakes are also vegan-- pineapple was in season when we were there.

Small veggie and herb garden at the restaurant, and Mama Sababa told us she has a small, mostly organic farm nearby where most of the veggies come from.

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