Meet The Veganz Beirut – Vegan "Junk" Food

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Make sure to try their Bitchin Friez, they are crunchy and cheesy. And the cheezy bites are scrumptious, just the way I love them. You got it, I am a cheese fan!

I became a vegetarian in January 2020 and I was very happy to discover Meet the Veganz a few months later. I was at work and hungry. I craved a burger but I don't eat meat or poultry. I searched online until I found this spot and decided to give it a try. Since then, Meet the Veganz has developed their own app for your orders and you can also grab your mouthwatering bites at this spot on Armenia street, in the Mar Mikhail neighborhood.

Make sure to try their Bitchin Friez (at 4 USD): they are crunchy and cheesy. And the cheezy bites (3 USD) are scrumptious. Just the way I love them! You got it, I am a cheese fan, haha. The Hakuna patata (3 USD) are also potato wedges with a garlic dip you will revel in. They also make different salads, I only tried the Roasted veggies one and it was delightful (6 USD). The sandwiches look delicious and the Veganz Club (11 USD) can be ordered in half a portion. I absolutely savored the Pulled Fork burger (6 USD), because of the mushrooms of course!

Meet the Veganz also have cookies for dessert. And they claim that all the packaging they use is plant-based and biodegradable. This is also important for environmentally conscious people. Make sure to visit this spot when in Mar Mikhail!

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Mon - Sun 13:00 - 22:45

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