• Furn Saj Restaurant & Bakery

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  • White Veg-options
Middle Eastern

Serves meat, vegan options available. Lebanese restaurant and bakery offering vegan options include the impossible sandwich, falafel sandwich or plate, zaatar mana'ish, spinach pie, and hummus. Open Tue-Sun 7:00am-9:00pm.

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5 Reviews

First Review by DianaMkryan


Points +152

06 Jul 2023

Vegan Chicken Wrap

Furn Saj is a great vegan option restaurant if you’re looking to grab a quick bite for a relatively cheap price. They have many vegan options from their vegan chicken wrap, vegan meat, wrap wrap, vegan kibbeh, vegan zatar, and many more.
My favorite is a vegan chicken wrap, which comes with french fries, pickles, and a white creamy sauce which is maybe tahini or Mayo. I like that they give you what looks like two wraps since the wrap is relatively big. The zatar is really good too and comes with a lot of herbs. Just make sure to order it with no cheese. I also like how they typically put little vegan stickers on the food. You can tell they are family owned and always busy which is a great sign.



Points +20

14 Mar 2021

Lots of vegan options

This place has clearly labeled vegan/vegetarian options and they have made an effort to have a modern impossible / mock meat vegan version of everything from the mana’ish ‘pizzas’ to the wraps to the combo plates.

Oh, and also the (already vegan) bread and hummus are to die for.

I have never had something here I don’t like and I will go out of my way to get the hummus.

I’ve tried the falafel pie, zaatar flatbread, falafel wrap, impossible plate, all of them are amazing - you really can’t go wrong here

Pros: Clearly labeled vegan/veg options, Wide variety of options, No ‘vegan tax’

Cons: None


Points +70

31 Jan 2021

Delicious and authentic

Great food and staff! The impossible plate is amazing! Wonderful wraps and breads. So many more things that I need to try. Also open in Glendora and Calabasas.

Pros: Family owned, Lots of authentic vegan options, Outdoor seating

Cons: Can be busy (but that’s a good sign!)


Points +260

23 Dec 2019

Wonderful Vegan Options

My wife and I are Healthy Plant Based. That is, we do not add pressed oil or add refined sugar at home. We eat as much Whole Grains avoiding white flour items at home as is reasonably possible as well. Eating out is a challenge because Vegan restaurants and Vegan Option restaurants predominantly serve foods which emphasize all of these avoided items. Furn Saj does the same,
We found this Lebanese Vegan restaurant when traveling around the San Fernando Valley the other day. They were doing brisk take- out buisness and continually had a few people in line placing orders. They have an extensive menue consisting of wraps, salads, flat breads, and pizza. Linda and I ordered Falafel and Impossible Wraps (Mediterranean flat bread as Vegan options); and we shared a house Mediterranean Salad. Yes their bread is white bread; and they do use oil in their saute and salad dressings.
The portions were large and delicious. We enjored the friendly family owned atmosphere of this small establishment.

Pros: Vegan Options, Delicious Food, Busy but warm atmosphere

Cons: 6 tables only; but most orders were taken out, White Bread and added Oil which is typical


Points +249

08 Jun 2019

Delicious fresh food

Lebanese restaurant and bakery offering many vegan choices.

Pros: Lot of vegan options , Made fresh , Use a stone oven

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