Lassens Natural Foods & Vitamins

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  • Website:www.lassens.com
  • Address:2080 Hillhurst Ave, Los Angeles
  • Phone:(323) 660-0052

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Comments

Lisa Monday: 04/26/2017 11:12

Amazing! Literally every vegan option you can imagine:) kelp noodles, CBD oil, everything! A great alternatives to Whole Foods.

Cali Chef: 04/18/2017 21:21

I love Lassens! They have a great selection of Paleo products. I also love their selection at the Salad bar and Grab n Go. Very reasonably priced. You can always trust to find great product here!

Lynn Yang: 03/21/2017 01:24

great store, variety, produce, and deli/sandwich area with premade yummy things. parking is a NIGHTMARE, tiny lot, rich folks with big SUVs that don't know how to park

Ronni A.: 03/11/2017 03:48

First, it's conveniently located on Hillhurst right across from Albertsons and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf so that most of what I need is within handy distance. I think the reason they're closed on Sunday is that that's the Christian Sabbath day. (The owner belongs to the Mormon Church.) They are, however, open every other day of the week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., so their hours are actually very convenient on weekdays as well as on Saturdays. The store itself is small, but it's filled with organic produce and other foods, vitamins, creams and cosmetics, baked goods, all sorts of goodies fresh and frozen. The best coconut oil I have used to date, and have yet to find elsewhere, I purchased here (Cadia). Their prices are a tad high, but they have good sales from time to time, and some things don't cost much more here than they would at your local supermarket. The quality of customer service, as is often the case, depends on the person serving you (and his/her mood that day). All in all, a good place to shop and even purchase things you never intended to.

Gota Handle: 12/16/2016 04:52

*This is only a review of the deli department* (from which I recommend you stay away.) The rest of the store is great. In fact the people all seem great and friendly (if a little too stoned sometimes maybe?) The deli department, on the other hand...is an unmitigated culinary disaster in almost every way. The freshly made juices are a total hit or miss (the bottled ones--while amazing that they're in glass, range from passable to downright awful.) Who on earth is in charge of the recipes in this place? But the absolute worst, and it may be a recent development as last time I was in town about 18 months ago I lived partly off a couple of these and they were good, are the freshly made wraps that are, as of this writing...well, let's just say I dare you to order the bbq chicken wrap...I dare you. Enough said.