Comptoir Libanais is not your typical Lebanese restaurant. Located in the United Kingdom, this restaurant is all about making clients feel like they’re really in the Middle East, more specifically in Lebanon.
Apart from offering authentic and delicious Lebanese dishes, this restaurant has also a souk in it! You can get herbs, spices, rose water, clothes, handmade Lebanese crafts, and more!
Pippa Middleton, the sister of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, said that she is a fan of this restaurant, Women and Home reports.
In fact, Comptoir Libanais serves many high profile people such as Prince William and former Prime Minister David Cameroon despite being a casual place. Paul McCartney, Bjork, and Robert Plant have also visited this Lebanese restaurant.
About Comptoir Libanais
Comptoir Libanais aims to offer a casual Lebanese atmosphere to its clients or “guests” as the founder of the restaurant Tony Kitous says. Surprisingly enough, Kitous is Algerian!
He opened a Lebanese restaurant because he appreciates Lebanese food and wants to share the Lebanese hospitality with people! Kitous opened his first restaurant in 1993. Now, 24 years later,
Comptoir Libanais has 20 branches and more than 700 staff.
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