Several months ago, when the space that housed a Kosher restaurant at Decarie Square was to become vacant, the innovative creative team behind what would become Sababa Restaurant decided to pour their passion and vision into that storied space, and used it to re-launch their all-new dining experience. Through delicious authentic Israeli-style food, the entire team at Sababa hopes to provide each of its visitors with memorable and delicious dining options.
Sababa itself has set itself apart from traditional options and only operates surrounding dinner hours, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday through Thursday, and 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Guests visiting Sababa during these times will quickly find themselves immersed in the trendy, welcoming, and spacious setting of Sababa, with top-notch service and a delicious menu of fleshig (meat) dining options to choose from. From burger patties, chicken strips, chicken burgers, and beyond, Sababa seeks to create an authentic first-class Israeli style dining experience right in the heart of Montreal.
In the process of re-creating a new experience for the Montreal community, the team at Sababa wanted to ensure that the space that Sababa would inhabit was completely remodeled and menu items were often changed entirely. The new design of the restaurant invites guests into a modern environment surrounded by sleek designs and spacious accommodations; marking Sababa’s unique place in Kosher dining and from the memorable legacy that came before it.
Visitors looking to grab a taste of authentic Israeli food without the purchase of an immediate plane ticket will be satisfied with the options that Sababa has to offer. With a wide variety of options, the team at Sababa hopes to make each visit unique, memorable, and of course, delicious.
Sababa is located at 6900 Decarie Blvd Suite 101, Côte Saint-Luc, Quebec H3X 2T8. For more information, contact Sababa at (514)-303-0390.
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