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Comptoir Libanais announces plans to open new site in London Bridge station

09 April 2018 by
Comptoir Libanais announces plans to open new site in London Bridge station

Lebanese canteen brand Comptoir Libanais has announced plans to open a new site in London Bridge station this August.

The new 100-cover restaurant will serve traditional Middle Eastern and Lebanese home cooking from breakfast to dinner.

Founder Tony Kitous said: "We are so excited to be opening Comptoir Libanais in this iconic space. We can't wait to share the love of Lebanese food and culture to the locals of London Bridge; the local residents, commuters and workers in the area. It is a perfect location for us to make Lebanese food available to many people."

Breakfast offerings will include shakshuka, a classic dish of slow-cooked tomatoes, red onions and peppers with parsley, coriander and garlic, topped with a fried egg and crumbled feta, served with pita. The all-day menu will include a large selection of hot and cold mezze, Lebanese wraps, marinated grills and tagines.

The restaurant chain currently has 22 branches across the UK as well as a site in Holland and more planned in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Kitous has also recently published his third cookbook Feasts from the Middle East.

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