Saba's Grill & Wok
Delicious Kosher Chinese & Israeli Grill Cuisine
Saba's Grill & Wok is the second restaurant owned and operated by the husband and wife duo, Natalie & Oren Cohen. In 1999, the couple began with Saba's, a Kosher dairy restaurant located in Fondren Southwest area of Houston, Texas. Saba's, Houston's longest-running Kosher restaurant, is a Houston landmark. Natalie & Oren served the Jewish community for 18+ years and felt it was time for a second restaurant.
Saba's Grill & Wok was opened in Houston's Meyerland neighborhood on January 8, 2017. Saba's Grill & Wok has been certified as a Glatt Kosher meat eatery by both Houston Kashruth Association and Mehadrin Kashrus Texas (MKT). The restaurant boasts two menus offering traditional, authentic Mediterranean and Chinese style dishes using the absolute finest and freshest ingredients. With plenty of items to choose from, there is something for everyone!
At Saba's, the chefs are constantly experimenting with new recipes so be sure to come in often for new and delicious additions to the menu. What are you waiting for? Come in and enjoy a delicious, quality Kosher meal. We hope to see you soon!
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I just started keeping kosher fully, and was interested in seeing if kosher Thai was as good as the treif. This is as good as it gets, ladies and gentlemen! The Pad Thai was quite tasty and as close as you can get to the real thing without the oyster and fish sauce. Both Saba’s locations are excellent and very reasonably priced. We took our food to go, but the place looked nice for dine-in as well. I’ll be back.