It's a really small restaurant but if you are lucky to find it it won't disappoint you for sure. Hummus is great and wraps with chicken marinated in pomegranate molasses are really good. Prices are a deal.
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One of my favourite falafel / halloumi places in Berlin - also because their wraps and bowls include some slightly more exotic ingredients such as pomegranate sauce, coriander potatoes, mint or "Grünweizen". More expensive than the usual wraps (5 Euros instead of 3-4 Euros) but...More
We live not far from Habba Habba and whenever we want to eat hummus, falafel, halloumi, either we go there in person or we call deliveroo and get the food delivered at home. It is a very small restaurant with open kitchen. Prices are fair...More
A very small eatery, with limited space but I'm sure they do take-away. The wraps are very nice -- the falaffel I had was a bit boring compared to the chicken-wrap my husband had. Portions are huge, and staff very friendly.
We arrived on a rainy evening and managed to find a spot to eat. Food was great, especially the bread! We had an extra order! Unfortunately the wine on the menu was not available, but the beer choices were plenty. We enjoyed watching the amazing...More
Ducked into this little place to escape from the pouring rain and had tasty and colourful wraps with lemonade- and because it was still raining, we kept lunch going with some fantastic baklava and strong coffee. Don't be put off by the grumpy service. The...More
While on a tour of Berlin for the weekend, we popped in at Habba-Habba thinking it looked good. Given it's logo of fast, fresh and good food you could be forgiven for thinking that means making a wrap in less than 30 mins. But you'd...More