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Ali Baba

Ali Baba

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Published May 11, 2010

Ali Baba has quickly gathered a reputation as the good new kebab place.
The
Middle-Eastern menu is short and straight-forward: a handful of kebab
portions (a döner spinning in the back of the desk), falafel, hummus and
the eternal fries and a burger. Cheap, delicious, fast, Ali Baba is a
new favourite for a quick bite.
But when it comes to what makes the food so good—spices, sauces and
other secrets to the Ali Baba flavours—the owner’s lips stay sealed. SP

  • Where: Veltusundi 3B, 101 Reykjavík
  • Phone: +354 445 4445
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