February 14, 2017 Saida South Lebanon Lebanon Middle East

Shawarma w Saj: Tasty Sandwiches in Saida
Non-smokers friendly
Take Away Get it Delivered Quick Eats

Phone Number: +961 7 721767

Address: Iliya Street, Near BLF Bank, Saida, Saida District, Lebanon ( 12PM - 11PM)

Website: https://www.facebook.com/swssaida/

Price Range: 4-12 $

Shawarma w Saj: Now in Hamra (Restaurant Closed)

Shawarma at Shawarma w Saj has more than one meaning. This Lebanese diner is a place I have been too and enjoyed. I am here again to enjoy their sandwiches while listening to the soothing tunes of Fayruz.


A selection of shawarma sandwiches and innovations are offered - the variety includes simple wraps and more complicated ones like the Burrito, the Burger, the Fajita and the Pita... all shawarma.

It was a full on lunch... I was hungry!

  • Shawarma cheese rolls: cheese rolls mixed with tender and marinated slices of meat. I loved the mix of flavors, the spices, the cheese and final crunch.
  • Shawarma burrito! Yum... I loved this creation. The way the bread is baked to give a crunchy envelope with a soft heart, the tenderness of the meat, the strong tarator, the cheddar cheese and the fresh vegetables. I liked it a lot.
  • Hummus... This is not only hummus but one with shawarma. Every bite is a mix of both. They do pair together great! Here I could discover the real Shawarma flavor. Tender, smooth, soft, not chewy and full of flavor.
  • Kebbet Shawarma: Kebbeh, really good Kebbeh, not your conventional minced meat Kebbeh but filled with shawarma, tomatoes and parsley. Dip them in some tarator and enjoy.


I was feeling full but I couldn't stop...

  • Try "The Pocket", which they call "Pita bread" shawarma, a bag-like pocket of bread loaded with meat, yes loaded to fill you up and satisfy. Enjoyable bread, same tender meat... guaranteed pleasure.


Next time you’re in Saida, pass by Shawarma w Saj, have lunch and enjoy a chocolate biscuit for dessert.


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