• Safier Mediterranean Deli

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  • White Veg-options
Persian, Lebanese

Serves meat, vegan options available. Predominately non-veg with several vegetarian items include appetizers, lentils and rice, and the vegetarian platter. Free Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Fri 11:00am-8:00pm, Sat 11:00am-8:30pm, Sun 12:00pm-6:00pm.

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6 Reviews

First Review by Saramste


Points +53

19 Jun 2023

Authentic absolutely delicious

If you love Lebanese food you will love this place! Super casual stop in. I usually order ahead on grub hub and it’s ready within 15 min. I love the vegetarian platter. The falafel, hummus, eggplant dip, tabbouleh, spinach pie are my favorites! Grape leaves were a little strong for me. Filling lunch for me! Not sure about options for non oil!

Pros: Affordable, Authentic, Delicious



Points +86

08 Mar 2020

Pretty good spot for a meat and veggie crowd.

Tasty vegan opt. I did the falafel plate, filled me up. They said the hummus has eggs, so stay away from that and you good.

Pros: Veg opts.

Cons: Egg in hummus.


Points +174

15 Nov 2019

Fantastic veggie foods!

Went when it was super busy and got some great eggplant and lentil stew. Both were delicious.

Pros: Fabulous soup and food. , So inexpensive.

Cons: Fast food, so lots of plastic., Closes at 8.


Points +107

26 Dec 2011

Downtown Option

They have a labeled vegetarian platter, everything else you have to ask. Their Lentil Soup is the best I've ever had.

Everything else was ok, or not good to me. The grape wraps were so vinegar soaked, that even when I wrapped the grape leaves IN pita, it was too much for me. And I've loved other places Grape leaves! I like vinegar! The tabouleh got the same treatment, and it even seemed the hummus got dabbed. The memory makes my mouth water, like I have a huge dill pickle in my mouth.

Somebody said the portion sizes were huge, but although solid, it wasn't amazing. If I lived or worked nearby, I'd stop in just for the lentil soup. Mmmm. As I am never nearby, I'll have to pass.

Pros: Clean


Points +422

17 Jan 2011

Great for lunch downtown

I love this place - everyone who works there is super helpful and knows what is vegan and what isn't. They make the food fresh and quickly, though if you go in around 11:30am - 1:00pm there will be a line. The falafel, grape leaves, and tabouleh are all excellent. Even cooler, they let me bring in a plastic plate to re-use instead of giving me a new styrofoam one every time. Goin' green! This place rules - one of my favorites downtown for quick, cheap vegan food.

Pros: downtown, vegan friendly, delicious


Points +323

23 Sep 2008

Not Bad

Not a bad place to stop by if you are interested in a quick Mediterranean style Vegetarian/Vegan meal. This place is NOT 100% vegetarian, and my only complaint is the strong, distinct smell of flesh cooking throughout the restaurant. . .

Pros: Quick Vegan Options

Cons: Strong Smell of Meat

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