Comptoir Libanais

Comptoir Libanais

So this was my first time trying Lebanese food and I didn’t know what to expect. I’d seen pictures around and always thought that it looked nice.  Comptoir Libanaise – it sounds expensive, doesn’t it?! To be honest, far from but enough of the preamble, what did I actually eat.

Before I get into that, I love love love the theme and all the colours – very pretty.

In terms of ordering, it was fairly straightforward because they had an allergy guide so it was quite clear what I could and couldn’t have. Although I must admit, again, the waiter had no idea of what I was talking about. I do think that having a waiter that has some idea of what you’re talking about means they can help in terms of saving time ordering – just a side note.

Now, I ordered the spiced lamb kofta with the potatoes and it was good! Very flavoursome which tends to be missing when you order dairy free or gluten free food.Portion size was quite large so definitely good value for money.

Service was pretty quick. What usually happens when I go out is, I order first but yet always get my food last (I have no idea why) but it means that people sometimes feel obliged to wait for mine which isn’t fair or I’m left eating alone *tear rolls down* haha.This wasn’t the case here.

Food was delicious but not much choice for us at the moment, so that would be the only thing I would change. Apart from this dish, you would only have a salad as another option.

I’ll definitely be going back for this dish πŸ™‚



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