Sunnin Lebanese Cafe

310-477-2358
1776 Westwood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90024
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Soul-satisfying Lebanese faves fuel this bustling local hangout.
Sunnin Lebanese Cafe offers the most authentic Lebanese cuisine in Los Angeles, owned and operated by the famous chef Em-Toni where she was the chef at Al Amir. The atmosphere at Sunnin Lebanese Cafe is such that you feel like you are sitting in their home kitchen at a family gathering. Their menu offers a variety of Lebanese dishes such as kebbeth bil sayniyeh (two layers finely ground beef and burguk stuffed with minced beef, onions, and pine nuts), chicken kefta (finely ground chicken with chopped onions and parsley, seasoned with a blend of spices), bastilla (fillet of chicken seasoned with ginger and baked in filo dough) and spicy kefta (grilled kefta kebab baked in a tomato sauce with herbs).
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Customer Reviews (23 reviews)

VL57

on Citysearch Jun 27, 2010
My husband and I have been going to Sunnin on westwood blvd for a couple of years. We've tried other Lebanese restaurants in LA and this is by far our favorite one. The food is amazing, highly flavored and always... (more)

ebpes

on Citysearch Feb 12, 2010
I have searched far and wide for a good middle-eastern restaurant in the city, then my friend introduced me to Sunnin. From that day forward, my life got a little bit better. The food is Amazing, the staff is friendly,... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Feb 10, 2009
If you like to eat rich flavorful food, then you must try this place. If you like middle eastern food then I think you will be equally impr... (more)

joliesaralee

on Citysearch Nov 26, 2008
i love it! the food is great no matter what you try. i go at least once a month. not too expensive and the owners are friendly. (more)

famousblueraincoat

on Citysearch Nov 14, 2007
combo plate is very good. the meat is very flavorful, more cooked than i like but still very good. even the chicken breast wasn't too dry. comes with hummus, rice and salad for $13.95 or so. Skip the appetizer veggie... (more)

montrealgirl

on Citysearch Aug 07, 2007
I have been coming to Sunnin for the last 6 years. I have tried every Lebanese restaurant in the city and this is the best one, hands down. It is home cooking at it's best. It is a small little whole in the wall but do not... (more)

jp90291

on Citysearch Jul 06, 2007
I've been going here for years and still love everything on the menu. It's a bit crowded and the parking is not easy, but it's worth it. It's family-run and definitely feels like your sitting in a family's/friend's... (more)

banquisha

on Citysearch Jan 16, 2007
Used to go all the time and always had the same server... a very friendly chubby man. Last trip there, I saw a Lebanese man order the spicy kefta kebab. I read the menu description and it sounded good. Catch was although... (more)

bette1stl

on Citysearch Nov 28, 2006
This westside hole-in-the-wall should not be missed. Everything at Sunnin is wonderful, and the owner will personally (if not immodestly) tell you so. You'll have UCLA students feasting to your left and a westside... (more)

jscrapple

on Citysearch Nov 11, 2006
We noticed sunnin while eating at ambala dhaba next door, and after seeing how crowded it was, we vowed to try it. There is no ambiance here, just a fluorescent-lit white room packed with people chowing down on their... (more)
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