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    ( 4 reviews )

Westfield Sydney, Pitt St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000

Serves meat, vegan options available. Middle Eastern style eatery with a number of vegetarian items marked on the menu. Vegans could have pita pockets and the falafel in a fresh-made pita or on a plate. Open Mon-Wed 9:30am-6:30pm, Thu 9:30am-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 9:30am-6:30pm, Sun 10:00am-6:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Mediterranean, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by Guacamole

Very tasty falafel - Edit

The falafel pita pocket is really good and filling.
You have the choice of white or brown bread and then of several different topping combinations such as taboule, hummus, chilli, eggplant, ...
It's my new go-to for lunch in the CBD.

Pros: Tasty, Broad choice of toppings

Cons: The food court sitting area is gloomy

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Good option in the city - Edit

I have eaten at Iku (next door in the Westfield food court) several times so decided to give Sabbaba a try. The falafel is very good in a pita and there are at least four choices of salad/sauce fillings on the menu that are clearly marked "vegan". Despite a lunchtime queue I didn't have to wait long. I will return.

Pros: Quick service for a lunch break

Cons: A little bit more expensive than I'd like

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Our favourite place to eat in the city! - Edit

Fresh ingredients, and the most moist and delicious falafels!!

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Best falafel! - Edit

The falafel here is light crunchy and just plain delicous. I ordered the sababba pita pocket with falafel which comes with fresh salad, hommus, salsa and tahini sauce, but they have several other vegan pita varieties to choose from. The chips are seasoned with a tasty blend of herbs which is also very good - you can even order a pita that comes with chips on it!

Pros: Gluten free options, Falafel, Vegan options labelled

Cons: Seating can be hard to find in food court

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