From the iconic face of the Arabian movie star Sirine on its walls and logo to the instantly recognisable interior, Comptoir Libanais is a riotous celebration of Middle Eastern influences.
Serving Lebanese breakfasts of organic yoghurt topped with pomegranate and orange blossom water, porridge or Comptoir’s favourite - halloumi cheese, crispy onion and tomato tortillas - alongside sharing dishes of hot and cold mezze, wraps, salads, tagines, grills and Man’oucha (Lebanese style pizzas), dine in or grab and go. But don’t forget a slice of authentic sweet baklawa filled with semolina or walnuts.
Introducing Comptoir Libanais' first 'Flavor of the Month', three delicious new special dishes for you this April.
Vibrant colours and electrifying flavours are at the heart of Comptoir's 'Flavours of the Month' with their founder Tony Kitous, calling on his childhood growing up in Algeria and his travels across the Middle East to influence the new recipes and dishes.
Tony said, “Food is the one thing that brings people together, much closer than anything else”. That is why he and the Comptoir team are proud to introduce 'Flavours of the Month', giving opportunity for lovers of all kinds of food to eat together and experience real, wholesome and healthy Middle East cooking in a souk-like setting.
Launching on 26 March and running through to the 30 April, their Flavour of the Month specials include the broad bean & tahina dip (£4.95) - smooth green broad bean & tahina purèe, with lemon juice, garlic, crispy onions, extra virgin olive oil, sumac, pine nuts and parsley. For the main, try their spiced chicken taouk burger with spiced Lebanese potatoes (£11.95) - harissa marinated charcoal grilled spiced chicken breast with garlic sauce, tomato, pickled cucumber, served with spiced Lebanese potatoes. Finally, finish on something sweet with their chocolate & tahina mousse cake (£5.50) - chocolate & tahina mousse, with red berry compote.