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Family-run Café Sababa embraces the ethos of “sababa,” translated from Arabic to mean “ardent love,” and at the Dunwoody neighborhood favorite you’ll certainly fall head over heels with the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern fare on offer. The difference between Sababa and other Mediterranean joints is the pride taken in each carefully prepared dish; the menu is stacked with starters, sandwiches, platters, and entrée salads, with expected selections like tender marinated lamb shish kabob platters, falafel pita pockets packed with falafel balls, cucumber-tomato salad, and tahini, and, of course, a crisp Greek salad with heaps of romaine, feta, cucumbers, chickpeas, olives, oregano, and onions.

Cafe Sababa Atlanta
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Cafe Sababa

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Family-run Café Sababa embraces the ethos of “sababa,” translated from Arabic to mean “ardent love,” and at the Dunwoody neighborhood favorite you’ll certainly fall head over heels with the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern fare on offer. The difference between Sababa and other Mediterranean joints is the pride taken in each carefully prepared dish; the menu is stacked with starters, sandwiches, platters, and entrée salads, with expected selections like tender marinated lamb shish kabob platters, falafel pita pockets packed with falafel balls, cucumber-tomato salad, and tahini, and, of course, a crisp Greek salad with heaps of romaine, feta, cucumbers, chickpeas, olives, oregano, and onions.