Sabra Grill was a family owned and operated Middle Eastern restaurant serving falafel and shawarma, along with other healthy and trendy meal options. It was located near Twelve Corners. The original location was adjacent, but in 2016 moved to Brighton Commons.
Sabra Grill was certified Glatt Kosher by the Va'ad Hakashrut of Buffalo and supervised by a mashgiach temidi.
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2014-08-07 13:14:26 Went for lunch and had the shawarma plate. It was delicious, and everything they had available looked very fresh. My co-worker's food took a little longer to prep, so they brought it out to our table, but it earned rave reviews. The Yolickity next door is also connected via the dining room, so that was an unexpected, yet pleasant, surprise. Definitely will be back. —jbeez
2014-08-13 13:27:45 I have been there twice in the last week or so, the food is really tasty and fresh ingredients abound. I recommend the Shawarma sandwich on a pita with hummus, garlic tahini, matbucha and israeli salad. I do, however, want to try the burger at some point in the future. May the Shawarma be with you. —PaulWitkowski
2014-08-27 15:29:20 Maybe a burger wasn't the best choice to begin with, at a Middle Eastern restaurant, but it sounded good. It wasn't. It was overcooked and dry. The fries were particularly bad. They'd been sitting around for way too long and were flabby and stale. The shawarma looked good, I wish I'd gotten that instead, but I'm not inclined to go back. —DaveC
2016-11-02 11:06:08 Noticed last night that their sign is gone and everything was dark - looks like they will be relocating to 1855 Monroe Ave per their website. —AdrienneDahler
2020-12-18 17:20:10 Closing December 24: https://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/lifestyle/rocflavors/2020/12/18/kosher-restaurant-sabra-grill-to-close-brighton-ny/3961990001/ —markjackson