Sydney Food Diary: Sabbaba, Westfield CBD

I’ve always like a good falafel and Sabbaba has always served up good falafels, nicely crispy with a good combo of condiments. I think it’s one of the best falafels in Sydney.

I was up on the food floor at the Westfield CBD wondering how I might try something new. You see, I find it very hard to go by my faves: Din Tai Fung, New Shanghai Dumplings, the Malaysian place for chicken curry, or if I have time the amazing ramen at Ippudo.

A young woman had been tasked to offer free samples of falafel to people who passed by, and I grabbed one, and… I had to return. So, not a bad sales technique.

I had the CancĂșn, with a whole wheat pocket (nice and fluffy). With sour cream, guacamole, jalapenos and cheese, I also couldn’t figure out what the nice extra crunch was: corn chips! Inside the pita. A really good combo of textures. For just over $10, this is a winner.

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